The Pollak Library is pleased to once again be open 24/7 and to provide additional quiet study space to students for the week before and during fall 2016 semester final exams. Find out what other main and Irvine campus spots offer extended hours and space as well.
Since 2002, CSUF has hosted an annual poetry reading for the campus and community during National Poetry Month in April. In October 2016 three CSUF faculty members published the anthology Open Doors: An Invitation to Poetry, that honors the reading series and the work of poets who have read on campus. Join us for the book launch event!
We are saddened by the loss of George Pollak, for whom (along with his wife Paulina June Pollak) our library is named. Our thoughts are with his family during this time. Thank you George and June for your longtime support of the university and library.
When the Syrian crisis erupted in March 2011, Maria Khani felt she needed to do something for her homeland, which she believed remained in the shadows, a country with its history and contributions unknown. Even as the war raged, the world only learned of Syria’s location, but not its rich culture.