Please help us make textbooks more accessible to SCSU students by donating textbooks that you’re no longer using. Donated items that are assigned to courses in the future will be added to the library’s Textbooks on Reserve program, available to students for 2-hour checkout.
Drop off locations:
SCSU Library Circulation Desk (MC)
Student Government Office (AMC 139) – May 6-10, 2019 only
Student Government Association
University Library Student Advisory Board
Winter blues? Let us help! Visit Miller Center first floor west to study near the full-spectrum lights. Full-spectrum lights mimic natural, outdoor light. Sitting in front of these lights for 15-30 minutes can improve your mood, energy, and concentration.
Available daily until 1 p.m.
Co-sponsored by University Library and Counseling and Psychological Services.
LIB 280: Critical Thinking in Academic Research (3 credits)
LIB 280 fulfills Goal Area 2 (Critical Reasoning) and covers research strategies, finding high-quality resources, recognizing biases in information, and analyzing arguments found within a variety of sources.
Section 1: T/R 11:00-12:15 with Melissa Prescott
Section 54: Online with Robin Ewing
Login to e-Services to view and register for Spring 2019 course offerings.
Catch some rays under the full spectrum lights on the library’s first floor west. Sitting under the lights for 15-30 minutes can improve your mood, energy, and concentration. Available daily until 1 p.m. through May 1.
Co-sponsored by the University Library and Counseling & Psychological Services.
In conjunction with the Art Student Union club, the University Library will be hosting a juried student art show.
Drop off your ready-to-display 2D or 3D piece (up to two per student) between Monday, Oct. 23 and Friday, Nov. 3 at the circulation desk in the library.
Please complete a release form for each piece of art. Copies of the form can be found in Kiehle Visual Arts Center or at the circulation desk in the library.
Judging and installation will happen the week of November 6. There will be a single purchase prize awarded with two honorable mentions. A short open house will be held on Thursday, November 16. Details will be forthcoming.
Questions? Contact Tom Steman, University Archives
These workshops are free, open to the public, and intended for anyone who plans to attend any higher education institution next year.
-Social Security number
-Alien registration number, if not a U.S. citizen
-Driver’s license number, if have one
-Last year’s tax information or current tax returns for student and parent(s)
-Information on savings, investments, and business and farm assets for student and parent(s)
-Records of untaxed income.
4th Avenue Parking Ramp @ $1.50/hour
Miller Center Pay Lot @ $1.50/hour
This event is offered in collaboration with Minnesota College Goal, a statewide program that provides free assistance to students and their families in completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).