posted July 1, 2015

So you're browsing the Internet, minding your own business, when all of a sudden there's a popup prompting you to "scan now" for security threats. You do so immediately because you're a conscientious library user. And in any case, who doesn't want to run a random scan once or twice a week? You expect to find no problems, but to your horror, that "trusty" antivirus app starts reporting several viruses and security threats. Even worse, the app declares that you have to purchase an upgrade in order to remove the viruses from the computer. This scenario represents a sure case of Internet fraud known as scareware. Scareware takes the form of very official looking software packages that hijack computers and fool users into relinquishing credit card information. If a library computer ever prompts you to scan for viruses, security threats, etc., please DO NOT do so. Don't even click the cancel or X button. Simply navigate away from the website through which you encountered the popup because it has been hijacked by malicious software. If the "scan" has already begun, please inform a member of the library staff.

posted June 22, 2015

Those researching the C&MA founder, should be aware of the alliance page dedicated to him.

posted August 4, 2014

Visit SU archives to access material commemorating Simpson's recent and distant past.

Simpson in San Francisco

posted June 13, 2014

The library has added PsycINFO to its database lineup. The database is the industry standard resource for psychological research.


posted March 24, 2014

We have added new eBook collections to the library's offerings covering Religion, History, and Business. The individual titles are available through the catalog and by navigating directly to EBSCOhost eBooks

posted September 2, 2013 is a video collection featuring prominent therapists demonstrating techniques and commenting on their work.

posted November 30, 2012

Would you like to contribute to the library's future? This fund provides donors an opportunity to contribute to a perpetual fund that will support the library on an ongoing basis. Visit the SU Library's endowment fund page to donate and learn more.

posted March 6, 2012

Please note that public library PCs are not a safe or secure place to store your documents. The library makes no guarantees that saved documents will persist on any of our computers. In order to avoid losing your work, please save your files in a fashion that does not rely on the public terminals. We recommend cloud storage such as the freely available Google Drive. Flash drives are another good alternative. Should you need one, the library will provide you with a flash drive on short term loan.