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Library

A World of Information at Your Fingertips

The United States University Library mission is to support the learning, research, and academic success of the students, faculty, and alumni. Through campus and online information literacy, the library responds to the information needs of the USU community with a supportive student- and learning-centered approach.

The academic curricula are supported by access to online databases subscribed to by the University, and by text-based, recorded, and interactive web-based information literacy training. The comprehensive information literacy training program supports student research: the librarian provides research assistance in person, by telephone, by email, and by webinar; a virtual reference service is also available seven days a week to assist students and faculty.

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Contact Our Library

The Library is located at the main campus and is open to students Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm and Saturdays from 10 to 2 pm during International sessions.

Catalina Lopez
Email: clopez@usuniversity.edu
Direct: (619) 876-4274
7675 Mission Valley Road, San Diego, CA 92108

A great team of Librarians will be helping you. Send us your request  now to  askthelibrarian@usuniversity.edu

Please include in the e-mail subject your  Program & Course NumberIt is important you use USU e-mail for your requests

The electronic library is in the online class platform (D2L Brightsapce) as the “Library Corner.” Its resources are available 24/7. These include: tutorials, research guide, databases, collections of peer-reviewed open access journals, e-books, theses and worldwide open access collections. Additional online resources correspond to societies, associations, directories, government information and special topics like PICOT question, Nursing Theories and Evidence-Based.

Databases

A-Z of USU Databases

Resources

College of Business and Management

College of Education

College of Nursing and Health Sciences

Tutorials

Videos and Tutorials

For additional research guides, resources and tutorials please use the Library Corner located in your D2L classroom