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SBCC Reads : Home

This guide describes the SBCC Reads program, present and past.

Research Help

Live Chat (available during Luria Library virtual open hours):

Email: library@sbcc.edu

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In Person: stop by the Library on the West Campus during in-person open hours

Purposes of SBCC Reads

  • Explore interdisciplinary issues sparked by the selected book through conversations, readings, displays, and other activities. Free copies of the book will distributed to interested students.
  • Generate informed discussion of key issues by promoting the reading and discussion of books on the broad themes in the book.
  • Focus on academic disciplines at SBCC which provide us with a broader understanding of the issues raised in the book.
  • Create further campus appreciation of the library and the role it plays in education and research.
  • Encourage the exchange of ideas in our community.

Nominate a Title for the Next SBCC Reads!

To nominate a title for the next SBCC Reads send an email to library@sbcc.edu.