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We will be open 24/7 at the end of the semester. 
This October, University Library is holding a range of events to mark International Open Access Week. Now in its tenth year, Open Access Week is a chance to celebrate the benefits of opening up knowledge for all. The theme this year is ‘designing equitable foundations for open knowledge’ – meaning working towards a truly inclusive scholarly system. 
Students walk into the University Library
Some of the top questions in the first few weeks of school include: How do I print in the library? How to I access reserves books and articles? What are the library's hours? Where is the library? How do I get a library card?
As of Aug. 15, access to the BNA Human Resources Library has been discontinued. The vendor changed the product’s scope and accessibility, so that access  would be limited to just three users at a time. The price was also dramatically increased. The University Library is looking for possible replacement resources. If you have questions, contact Carol Perruso, Collection Development Officer at Carol.Perruso@csulb.edu.
Man riding an escalator up out of a Paris Underground station
We will be open 24/7 at the end of the semester.