Click here to see regular open hours and staffing.
Exceptions to Library Staffing:
- Closed for the Memorial Day weekend: Saturday, 5-23 through Monday, 5-25
- Staffed Mondays, June 1 & 8: 3-9 p.m.
- Unstaffed Tuesdays, May 26 & June 2nd
- Staffed Thursdays, May 28th and June 4th: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
During open times, be sure to have your USF ID card to open the library door. Administrative and library staff can let you into the building if you ring the buzzer at the building door. However, if we are not available, there are phones in each classroom. Be sure to make a note of the phone number or have a classmate’s cell phone available, so that you can call to get into the building and the suite during class time.
You can get into the library with your USF ID card from 7 a.m.-10:30 p.m., Monday-Friday and from 7 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Saturdays.
Congratulations to our graduating cohorts! We are so proud of you. You carry with you all of our hopes and dreams. You are well prepared with USF values and instilled with a passion not only to succeed, but to help others along the way. Our library staff wishes you all the best in your lives. Please come back and see us. We would love to hear from you.
Sacramento has 20 new nursing students. To support them, the Sacramento Library has a new collection of nursing books on our shelves. Come in and browse! We are looking forward to working with you and seeing you at the library orientation.
Welcome to the Spring Semester! We have a new nursing program in Sacramento. Along with books for every discipline, the Sacramento Library will now house nursing books for our BSRN program. We’re looking forward to seeing you soon. Be sure to come in!
The following USF BSM INTD Library Toolkit will help you get started and track your sources. It provides valuable links to information sources. Created by Vicki Rosen, MLIS, Gleeson Library, Spring 2015.
Welcome to our new location at 1 Capitol Mall, Suite 100. We look forward to seeing you in the library!
A librarian at Gleeson Library / Geschke Center created a short tutorial for MFT students from the Parent & Child Therapy class who needed help finding research studies with single subject design.