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Be sure to have your USF ID card to enter the campus suite and open the library door if closed . When staff is in, 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.
In observance of Thanksgiving, the USF Sacramento Campus will be closed with NO access to students, faculty or staff on the following days:
Thursday, November 24 through Sunday, November 27.
Normal Business hours will resume on Monday, November 28.
Hello Sacramento community! Don’t forget to set back your clocks this Sunday, November 6th 2016 at 2 am. It’s daylight savings time. Remember the saying, “fall back and spring forward”!
To learn more about daylight savings time, visit the National Institute of Standards and Technology from the U.S. Department of Commerce.
This year’s Halloween contest and potluck was a roaring success! Students and staff dressed for the occasion enjoying delicious home-cooked eats. Thank you to all students for showing up in costume and making this year’s Halloween festivities fun. Participants in the Costume contest were:
Linh Chan Fong
And the winners, 3rd place, Will Rowton gets the bronze pumpkin, 2nd place, Christina McParland gets the silver pumpkin and 1st place, Ashley Wibber gets the gold pumpkin with an assorted gift basket.
Let’s not forget the Sacramento campus staff for organizing, advertising and judging the costumes for the event. Sac campus staff organizers below were May Melby, Office Manager and Christina Wilson, Assistant Campus Director. Judges were May, Christina and Nathaniel Jenkins, Campus Librarian.
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The Sacramento campus library moved over the summer to a 3rd floor location. The Library commons sports plenty of space for students to study, collaborate, and do research. Six computers with standard software are available for research, classroom assignments, and online access to the excellent resources of USF’s Gleeson Library | Geschke Center. There are two standalone printers in the library and a multifunction printer/copier/scanner in the Student Lounge on the first floor. Wireless access is also available from most points on campus. In addition to our online resources, the library collection includes books, magazines, videos and DVDs. Feel free to drop by to get research help, study, type and print a paper, work quietly with your group, or simply relax before class.
The SOM Dean’s Medal of Excellence will be awarded at the December 2015 Commencement Ceremony to our very own Joaquin Razo, a BSM undergraduate student in Sacramento who qualified with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.75. This honor is presented to a USF student who has best exemplified, through his or her academic accomplishments, extracurricular work, and personal life, the values of the University of San Francisco and its Missions and Goals. Bev, the USF Sacramento Librarian, was invited to share in the toast presented in Professor Barrett McBride’s BSM 440 class. Congratulations, Joaquin! We are very proud of you!