The Library Catalog contains information about the books, media items, and other kinds of material in the library collections. The catalog does not include articles.
Subject databases may contain any combination of resources within a particular discipline - books, articles, media, etc. Search for the title of a database, or use keywords to search database descriptions.
Or browse: All Databases by Subject
Journals A-Z contains information about the library's subscription publications. Search for the title or ISSN of a journal, magazine, or newspaper.
Or browse: Publications by Discipline
Research guides are curated by librarians and contain recommended resources and tips for finding information in the library collections.
Fall 2021: Regular Hours (see holiday/special hours)
|Monday - Thursday||8 a.m. - 10 p.m.|
|Friday||8 a.m. - 5 p.m.|
|Saturday||12 p.m. - 5 p.m.|
|Sunday||2 p.m. - 10 p.m.|
All library users must wear a mask while inside the building.
- Ask Us - chat, email, or research consultations
For help with library research
- Information Desk: (562) 903-4838
For general information, borrowing, renewals, or fines
- Reception Desk: (562) 903-4712
For questions about library entrance, library cards, or lost and found
- Main Number: (562) 903-4834
Extended Hours and Services During Finals
The end of the semester is near, and the library is here to support you! Library hours will be temporarily extended during the final three weeks of the semester to help meet your study needs. The library will be open until midnight Nov. 29 - Dec. 2 and until 1 a.m. on most nights before and during finals.
Stop by the Information Desk during open library hours for expert assistance with your research assignments or use the Ask Us service to chat, call, text, or email your question to the library. Librarians are also available by appointment for 30 minute in person and online research consultations. In addition, individual and group study rooms are available on the upper and lower levels of the library and can be reserved online with your NetID and password. Happy studying!
Library Makerspace Now Open
Come check out the new Library Makerspace! Located on the middle level of the library across from the Information Desk, the Library Makerspace is a space where you can design and create for an idea, class project, special event, or club. Get individual training or attend one of our workshops.
3D Design and Printing: Create and print any 3D object or design your very own prototype.
Cricut Design: Create an image or design on your computer, and Cricut can print it or cut it out of paper, vinyl, fabric, craft foam, sticker paper, and more.
Arduino Electronics: Set up an electronic board to prototype an experiment to activate motors, turn on LEDs, or create wearable clothing. Or rent an Arduino kit to take home.
Sewing Machine: Design and sew a costume, make a statement book bag, or even your own mask.
Button Maker: Design and make your own pinback buttons - 2.25" and 1" available.
Visit us in the library or email us at email@example.com today!
No upcoming events. Please check back later.