The Library Building currently has restricted access. For more information on available spaces and services, please see our Library Resources and Services Available During Fall Semester 2020 guide, or contact the Library using our 24/7 Ask a Librarian service.
While remote access to Library resources now requires only your University ID and password, and no longer requires a Library PIN, there are still good reasons to sign in to My Account in OneSearch, and update your ILLiad account, to get the most from Library services, on campus and off.
My Account in OneSearch
Sign in to My Account in OneSearch to renew books, see what you have checked out, check whether you have any Library fines, and more. Click the link above to get started.
To sign in you need a valid OneCard / SF State ID number and the password you use for SF State email or iLearn. Special Borrowers, like Friends of the Library or Alumni Association members, will need to visit us one time to set up or refresh their accounts so they can sign in to OneSearch.
Goodbye, Library PIN!
We no longer have a Personal Identification Number (PIN) system for students, staff or faculty. Signing in to My Account in OneSearch uses your University credentials (SF State ID and password). Guest users in the Research Commons will still have a PIN for logging in to guest computer stations.
To borrow books that are not available here, or from CSU+, or get copies of articles that we do not have access to, we use ILLiad to request them from other libraries.
Members of the general public can get access to Library computers by signing up for a Guest ID in the Research Commons. Guest computers are located in the Research Commons of the Library. Use is limited to 2 hours per day, per person.