Welcome to CSUMB. Or welcome back. The Library wants to invite you to take a look at our New Student FAQ. Those of you new to campus and even those of you not so new will find answers to questions commonly asked at the beginning of a new academic year.
Of course, you can also use MyCSUMB as a portal to many of the services provided for you by the campus. You can customize your Dashboard in MyCSUMB to show your class schedule, your Otter Card balance, your print balance, an iLearn widget and more.
The Tanimura & Antle Family Memorial Library welcomes all of the new international students who will be attending CSUMB this semester! The librarians and library staff are here to help you. We have created a library resource guide to introduce you to library collections, services, and other important research and library-related information. We hope that you will find the guide useful and that you have an enjoyable experience using our library.
Looking for sources for a research project? Try clicking Start Your Research on the library homepage. We have many subject-specific guides that will point you toward books in our library and others, key databases and journal titles, web sites, and more. Lists of new books and DVDs in that area, and tables of contents of most recent issues of key journals, are updated automatically. You will also see the contact information for the librarian subject specialist in that area. Ask us a question, or let us know if there’s a resource you think should be included! You can choose guides by subject (Cultural Studies, for example), or you can click on a course code, such as SBS, to see a list of guides that are relevant to research in that area.
The CSUMB Library's Recreational Reading page makes it easy to browse for a good book to read.
Whether you prefer adventure, romance, humor, or fantasy, you're sure to find something to enjoy.
Read for fun @CSUMB Library
This Veterans Day and beyond, see the people and places of Fort Ord as it existed in the 20th century, from 1915 to 1995. Through a grant from the California State Library, the CSUMB Library has digitized images that focus on the role of Fort Ord as a training facility, beginning in World War I and continuing until the closure of the base.
Digitized images include photographs, postcards and documents that show soldiers in training and the base environment.
One set of images, by photographer Dennis Sun, depicts the variety of murals that once covered the buildings of Fort Ord.
Library books are equipped with radio frequency identification tags. This means that you can use the self-check station located near the elevators on the first floor to check your books out! Self-check is quick, unmediated, and you get a personalized receipt reminding you of when materials are due back.
Want to receive updates for new items added to the library’s collection in your area(s) of interest? If so, click here to be directed to our New Items page. You can subscribe to RSS feeds by subject, or view a list of everything we’ve added in the past 1, 2, 3, or 4 months.