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Return to Renovated Library: Return to Renovated Library & COVID-19 Response

Renovated Library Re-Opened & COVID-19 Library Response

Last Updated:  9/15/2022


Renovated J. Burton Vasche Library Building Re-Opened Fall 2021

After the two-year building renovation and offering crucial library services in the Library Annex and virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the University Library has returned to the newly renovated library building for fall semester 2021. Library Services and library partners (Disability Resource Services (DRS), Office of Information Technology (OIT) help desks, Warrior Cross Cultural Center, Academic Success Center, and Learning Commons) began their services in the beautiful library building in fall 2021.

COVID-19 safety measures remain in effect in compliance with State, County, and University guidelines. Contact Library Circulation Desk via email Questions@library.csustan.edu or by phone 209-667-3234, if you have questions related to library hours and services.

Learn more about the Library Renovation: Library Renovation Fast Facts.


Library COVID-19 Response

The University Library is reserved for Stanislaus State users. Visitors and guests, please consult the COVID-19 Protocols for Library Guests/Visitors page for more information.

The Library complies with the University COVID-19 safety protocols:

  • COVID-19 self-screening is required before coming to Stan State campus
  • Face coverings are required in indoor areas of instruction and advising, which includes any room within a building where an instructor, teaching assistant or staff member and one or more students are engaged in teaching, learning, research, creative/performing activities or advising. 

  • Study areas, computer workstations, and general seating in the Library are reserved for Stan State students, staff, and faculty.
  • Community visitors are strongly encouraged to make appointments for visiting the library building.

■  The Library Circulation Desk is open for in-person services.

■  Online request for materials, contact-free pick-up, and mail to home addresses 30 miles away from campus upon request remain in service.

■  Print course reserves and electronic reserves are both available.

■  Library Research Assistance is available, Ask a Librarian.