Library facilities are open to those with UCSF ID, though selected spaces remain closed with services available remotely. See timeline for reopening.

UCSF Kalmanovitz Library and Hearst Room Winter Closure, December 23, 2022 - January 2, 2023 flyer with an image of the Kalmanovitz Library
Micquel Little
Micquel Little
Micquel is the Associate University Librarian for Research and Learning

2022 Winter Building Closures: Kalmanovitz Library and Hearst Room

From Friday, December 23, 2022 to Monday, January 2, 2023 the UCSF Kalmanovitz Library and the Hearst Room (the student-only study space) at Parnassus Heights campus will be closed to all students, staff, faculty and visitors due to ongoing building construction. Both spaces will reopen on Tuesday, January 3, 2023.

The FAMRI Library located within the William J. Rutter Center at Mission Bay will be on a reduced schedule from Friday, December 23, 2022 to Sunday, January 1, 2023 with open hours 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on weekdays (closed on weekends). Please note that the following 24-hour spaces at Mission Bay are still accessible to students via UCSF ID badge.

  • The Mission Bay Hub (a quiet study space located on the first floor of Mission Hall)
  • The Hideout (a “deep quiet” study space located on the first floor of Mission Hall)

Online resources

As a friendly reminder, all library online resources and support remain accessible during this time.

Learning and Teaching Resources: Get help with using the CLE, designing effective online courses, and producing educational multimedia content. Please note that multimedia equipment reservations need to be made and coordinated in advance. Please visit the equipment catalogue.

Help Center: Find answers to many common questions online, and contact us for more assistance as needed.

Ask an Expert: Get an overview of information and services based on your field or area of interest. Finding and Managing Literature, Data Science, Archives and Special Collections, etc.

Guides at UCSF: Access the top databases, journals, research strategies and citation tips and tools selected by UCSF subject experts.

Questions?

Please contact us.

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