Below are News items in the category of News for Students

Library Radio on KCSB-FM, 91.9

Listen to your Library! Library Radio can be heard on on KCSB-FM,91.9 or live streaming.

UCSB Library Ranks in Top 15 for "Most Social Media Friendly"

UCSB Library ranked #15 out of 100 most social media friendly college and university libraries for 2013.

Library Celebrates 1500 Likes on Facebook

On Tuesday, April 24 at 15:00 (3pm), the Library celebrated the milestone of reaching 1500 likes on Facebook.

LibQUAL+ Library Quality Survey Underway

The Library is currently administering LibQUAL+ -- a library quality survey that evaluates user perceptions of Library resources, services, and spaces. If you received an email inviting you to participate, please complete the survey.

Comics Theorist Scott McCloud to Offer Regents' Lecture April 10

On Wednesday, April 10, renowned comics artist and theorist Scott McCloud will present the free Regents' Lecture on "Understanding Comics and Visual Communication" at 8pm in Campbell Hall.

Exhibit: Fallout: In the Aftermath Of War

The UCSB Library is currently showing in its first floor gallery a large-scale mural that was co-created by artist-veteran Dominic Fredianelli and UCSB student veterans this past fall.

April Fool's Comics Competition Submissions Being Accepted

All students, alumni, faculty, staff, and nearby residents are invited to participate in the first ever April Fool's Comics Competition. The grand finalist will have their work added to the shelves of the UCSB Library.

Need Some Peace and Quiet?

With dead week and finals quickly approaching you might be looking for a quiet place to study. We have all sorts of study space in the library.

Writing a Paper on Our Computers?

The library computers are loaded with Microsoft Word so that you can work on your term papers. Read our tips to ensure everything goes well for you.

UCSB Reads Author Lecture (Monday, March 4)

Join us for a free lecture by Joshua Foer, author of this year's UCSB Reads book -- Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything.