Campus Libraries to Re-open February 1st

By Christine Shore
Published on 13 January, 2021

The CSN Campus Libraries will be reopening on February 1! Spring semester hours will be Monday through Thursday, 10 am to 6 pm and Friday, 10 am to 2 pm. Additionally, each campus library will extend hours to 8 pm one day a week: Henderson on Mondays, Charleston on Tuesdays and North Las Vegas on Wednesdays. Please note that due to COVID restrictions, only NSHE affiliated patrons will be allowed to use the campus libraries.

What can you do until the campus libraries re-open?

  • Get answers: If you have questions about library resources, you can ask a librarian immediately via chat, text, email or even schedule a virtual meeting.
  • Use all of our online library resources: Ebooks, films, articles from journals, newspapers/magazines and lots of other resources are ready for you to use on our CSN Libraries website.
  • Use our curbside pickup service: From January 19 through January 28, 10am to 2pm, we are offering curbside pickup service for items requested through our library catalog.
  • Use online anatomy and physiology models: New! Our Visible Body Human Anatomy Atlas and Anatomy & Physiology databases provide 3D models of many body systems. You'll find these databases in our A-Z listing.
  • Return Books: Our drive-up bookdrops are located near the library at each of the main CSN campuses and are open 24/7. If you have books checked out from the CSN Libraries, just drop them in the bookdrop. Electronic equipment like laptops, calculators, DVDs, etc. may not be returned in the bookdrops.
  • View your library account: Login to your CSN library account with your CSN username and password to see what library materials you currently have checked out, the status of library books you requested and any fines or fees.
  • Request online library instruction for a class you are teaching: If you are an instructor, you can use our online instruction request form and choose from a variety of library instructional content.

We look forward to assisting you in person or online! If you have any questions at all, just ask a librarian.