The California State University, Northridge University Library provides educational, cultural and information services and resources to the students, faculty, and the community. Its primary mission is to support and supplement classroom and independent learning; facilitate student and faculty research; and provide students with lifelong skills in identifying, locating, evaluating and synchronizing information.
The mission of the University Library is to support the diverse information needs of our academic community through the delivery of relevant library resources and services...Learn More
The Jack & Florence Ferman Presentation Room is an academic space for faculty and staff to conduct presentations, guest lectures, training sessions, and meetings.Make a Reservation
The California State University, Northridge Library provides educational, cultural and information services and resources to the students, faculty, and the community.Learn about our History
A unique feature of the University Library is the Automated Storage and Retrieval System (AS/RS) in the east wing, the first ever AS/RS for libraries. The AS/RS consists of 13,260 steel bins, each 2-foot x 4-foot, on a rack structure that occupies an 8,000 square feet room at forty feet high.Learn More about the AS/RS