3rd floor closure: Summer and Fall 2023

The Meriam Library is excited to announce the 2nd phase of the library lighting and HVAC project which is being funded by state and campus deferred maintenance. This project will take approximately 7 months from June 2023 to January 2024.


How do I get books?

During the 3rd floor closure, books from the main collection will be attained from other libraries via InterLibrary Services.

To Request Books from OneSearch:

1. Search OneSearch for books

2. Sign in:


3. Once signed in, the request options are displayed:


4. Select "Get It" and the library will requst the print title or a scanned copy of the chapter(s) from another library.

5. You will receive an email when your title is ready to pick up (3-7 business days) or chapters(s) are ready for download.


Question about your request?

Contact InterLibrary Services for questions about your request.


Question about how to request book?

Contact InterLibrary Services or Ask-A-Librarian for help requesting a book or chapter.

Chat with a Librarian

Text: (530) 402-8263

Schedule and Appointment


Faculty & Staff: my books were renewed?

If you had books due between June 2023 and January 2024 from the Main or Folio Collections, your loans have been extended or renewed.


Where can I find electronic resources like ebooks and articles? 

Many of our resources are available electronically, including ebooks and articles in OneSearch and articles from our databases. View tutoiral on searching for ebooks in OneSearch.


Where will silent study space be located?

Space on the 2nd floor will be designated for silent study. Please respect the need for silent study in the library.


Will Special Collections be open?


No, however in the fall, depending on the construction timeline, select item retrieval may be possible, but it is not certain. For fall availability, please contact the Special Collections staff to inquire about materials at least 2 weeks in advance.

View the Meriam Library Special Collections and University Archives Digital Collections.

Contact Special Collections