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Today's Hours

  • Biomedical Library Bldg.
  • Geisel Library Building
  • East Commons (Overnight)

Rethinking Access & Inclusion

UC San Diego Communication Professor Brian Goldfarb, graduate student Louise Hickman, and Suzanne Stolz (USD) examine concepts of disability and how they can be retooled for greater access and inclusion. A related exhibit curated by Comm. students is on display in Geisel Library through March 2017.


A Living Archive Exhibit & Reception

Join us on Feb. 1 at 3pm for “From Crisis to Change: The Student Experience & Activism on Campus,” a panel discussion with faculty, staff, and alumni about UC San Diego’s efforts to become more diverse and inclusive over the years. A related exhibit is on display in Geisel Library through March 2017.


Digital Media Lab Open House

Get up to speed on the latest technology tools at our Digital Media Lab (DML) Open House, Thursday, Feb. 2, from 10 to 5pm in Geisel Library (Main floor; East wing). Students, faculty, and staff are invited to come learn how to take advantage of the DML’s FREE media creation and editing tools.


New Charging Lockers Available in Geisel Library

Charge multiple devices simultaneously with Geisel’s new Charging Lockers! Located in the main floor lobby, each locker provides ample storage and security for electronic devices for up to four hours. Once you’ve used the lockers, click 'More' to provide feedback.


Marquis McDonald Collection

Explore rare photographs of Jesuit and Dominican missions taken by traveler and writer, Marquis McDonald, during a 1949-1950 overland trip through the Baja California peninsula.


Wake Up and Smell the Coffee at Audrey’s Café

Visit our new café, located in Geisel East on the main (2nd floor) of the building. Click to view the menu, hours, and other information.


Teaching + Learning Commons @ Geisel

Visit The Commons on the 1st floor in Geisel West, to access a robust network of resources to accelerate teaching and learning for students and faculty—from workshops to strengthen communications and writing skills, to services to support and increase the effectiveness of all instructors.