The University Library has opened the first floor 24/7 for your study needs through the end of finals. This semester, in addition to opening the first floor, the Library is also opening up Charlie Brown's Cafe as a study area 24/7, with support from Associated Students and Administration and Finance.
April is Disability Awareness month at SSU. Take some time this month to learn about the many differently abled ways of living in the world.
Disability and diversity : a sociological perspective by Mark Sherry. An examination of disability through the lenses of gender, socioeconomics, and race.
The University Library, housed in the Jean & Charles Schulz Information Center, will be open on Seawolf Decision Day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. We invite prospective students and guests to stop by throughout the day to take a break and explore this popular hub of community and scholarship.
John LeBaron spent 20 years as a photojournalist, many of them for the Press Democrat newspaper in Sonoma County, and taught photography at Santa Rosa Junior College for more than 30 years.
His photographs reflect both his keen eye and his artistic perspective, whether trained on landscapes, individuals, or shapes and textures in the natural world.
Join us on Wednesday, April 20, 2016 between noon – 3:00 pm for our Wikipedia Edit-a-thon in the Library's Quiet Study Room on the third floor. Learn to edit Wikipedia, add content to pages and create information for a worldwide audience as you learn the ins-and-outs of editing this free, online encyclopedia.
The Library will be closed on March 31 in honor of Cesar Chavez Day.
Cesar Chavez was a labor union organizer and established the National Farmworkers Association with fellow activist Dolores Huerta. His work was pivotal in establishing labor rights for migrant farmworkers in California, and fostering the Mexican-American Civil Rights Movement.