The Library will be closed fall semester 2020 due to COVID-19. See CCSF Virtual Library details about remote services.
Come check out the new furniture at the Media Center/Collaboratory and find out about the exciting events happening in this space. This month we'll be participating in Inktober - 31 days of drawing! If you are interested in making - the Maker's Club meets in this space every Thursday at 4:30. The club is open to all students.
Effective fall semester the College will have a new cloud-based printing service for students, faculty and visitors. Using this service, you can print from Google Drive, Office 365, Dropbox or OneDrive. To start out with, most of the print kiosks will be located in the Rosenberg Library Building on Ocean Campus. Find out more about copying and printing.
CCSF buys books year-round. Check the new book shelf when you're at the library or browse the new books online. Click request to have a book delivered to the library of your choice.
This space is going through a lot of change as it morphs into a place to study, create, practice language acquisition and collaborate with others. Come visit us on the 4th floor of the Rosenberg Building at Ocean Campus and let by and us know what you think.
CCSF librarians created an Immigration resource guide for students researching immigration and the experiences of both documented and undocumented immigrants in the US. It also lists support organizations, as well as information on the college's and the city of San Francisco's sanctuary status.
Check out the library's new graphic novel collections. They can be found at many of the CCSF libraries including the Rosenberg Library on the Ocean campus, Downtown, John Adams, and Chinatown/North Beach Center Libraries. Check out the Graphic Novels Guide and look for the novels on display, search for them in OneSearch, or ask a librarian how to find them in the collection.
Donate food and get rid of library fines! Effective Fall semester 2017, CCSF Library now accepts some types of food for some fines. Each donated item reduces your fine by $5.00. Find out more what qualifies for the Food for Fines program.
Rosenberg Library now has sound zones! Need to collaborate or chat? Try the 4th floor Collaboration Zone. Need absolute quiet? Try the 3rd floor Silent Zone. Need something in between those 2 scenarios? Try the 5th floor Whisper Zone. We hope you enjoy these new spaces and will be asking for more feedback later in the semester.