Intersession Hours (May 13, 2023 - June 4, 2023)
May 13-14, Saturday-Sunday, Closed
May 15-19, 2023, Monday-Friday, 7:30am-6pm
May 20-21, 2023, Saturday-Sunday, Closed
May 22-25, 2023, Monday-Thursday, 7:30am-6pm
May 26-May 29, 2023, Friday-Monday, Closed
May 30, 2023-June 1, 2023, Tuesday-Thursday, 7:30am-6pm
June 2-4, 2023, Friday-Sunday, Closed
Summer I/II Hours (June 5, 2023 - August 11, 2023)
Additional Holiday Closing:
June 19, 2023 & July 4, 2023
Intersession Hours (August 12-27, 2023)
Librarians are available to assist through email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to find textbooks and assigned readings placed on Course Reserve by your professor.
You can always AskaLibrarian if you need assistance locating books or articles.
Faculty, please let your liaison know if you would like to request books or journals, or request instruction for your class.
The TSU Library Learning Center welcomes visitors. Visitors may read books and periodicals in the library or use the library's workspaces and wi-fi. Those with TexShare cards issued by another library may borrow materials. Scholars wishing to do research in the Heartman Special Collections and TSU Archives must provide photo identification.
At this time, services to visitors do not include use of computers, study rooms, printers, equipment or online databases, which are restricted to currently enrolled TSU students, faculty and staff. Building access after 9:00pm is restricted through swipe card entry to those with a valid Tiger ID card.
Those wishing to plan an event, reception or meeting in the library must complete an event form and obtain permission from the Library Director, Mrs Haiying Li.
The TSU Library Learning Center empowers scholars by providing access to robust collections, qualified staff and innovative work spaces that advance teaching and learning and stimulate scholarship, community engagement, intellectual inquiry and civic discourse. Reviewed Spring, 2019.
|Charlean Sheard||Accounting, Business, Economics|
|Tracy Timmons||Art, Aviation, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Criminal justice, Engineering, Environmental Science, Industrial Technology, Mathematics, Music, Physics, Political Science, Public Affairs, Theatre, Transportation, Urban Studies|
|Leocadia Hooks||Communications, Education, History, Human Services & Consumer Science, Languages, Literature, Psychology, Pharmacy & Health Sciences, Philosophy, Sociology, Freshman Seminar & Honor's College|
|Matthew Mathai||Physical Education (Kinesiology)|
|Haiying Li||Institutional Priorities and Special Initiatives|
Distance Learning Services:
The TSU Library Learning Center adheres to ACRL Standards for Distance Learning
Library Services and provides resources and services to meet the research needs of the distance learning community. Distance learning students have access to appropriate library resources.
Information Literacy Statement:
The TSU Library Learning Center supports the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education . Information Literacy skills are an essential part of our library instruction program. Elements of the framework for information literacy are infused into all library lectures, guides, and tutorials.
The TSU Library Learning Center supports guidelines set forth by Texas Southern University’s Student Accessibility Services Office (SASO) . Students with documented disabilities should coordinate services through that office and notify library staff when assistance is needed.
TSU Library Learning Center Building Directory by Floor
Collaborative Study Rooms
G Geography, Anthropology & Recreation
A General Works
Barbara Jordan Archives