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Learning Resource Center (LRC) - Summer 2021: Home

Seat Reservations!

LRC Building Reopens for Students!

The SCU Learning Resource Center building is beginning a limited reopening of library spaces as permitted under recent LA County Department of Public Health COVID-19 guidelines. Any student entering the building MUST have a reservation.

How do I make a reservation to use the library?

Click here:

What are the LRC’s hours of operation?         

Monday-Friday 8am-5pm, and chat service: Saturday 8am-5pm

What is available to use? 

All print, audio/visual, and anatomical model collections; computer lab w/limited seating; and librarian assistance.

Reservation and Building Guidelines:

  • Masks are required! And social distancing.
  • No food. Drinks with a lid is permitted.
  • Reservations are available in 2-hour blocks. One student may reserve one 2-hour block per day.
  • The 2-hour study seat reservations are for quiet, individual use only. No group study Is allowed at this time.
  • Students must check-in at the Main Desk before seating.

Need Assistance?

Ask Us!

We're here for your success! Ask a question, email us, schedule an appointment, book a room, visit us, report an issue, or make a suggestion.

Executive Director: Kathleen Smith MLIS

Phone: (562) 947-8755 x 367




Learning Resource Center (LRC)

The LRC is open once again! Due to COVID-19 restrictions, please reserve a spot by clicking here before coming to the LRC to make sure things don't get too crowded!

We’re so glad to have you back even if it’s Virtual. The LRC is your SCU learning partner – so how can the LRC help you?

Click here to access Bates', Moore's, and many other E-Books on the LWW Health Library website!

LRC Core Objective

The Seabury-McCoy Learning Resource Center advances the teaching, research, and service programs of the Southern California University of Health Sciences, by providing innovative services and acquiring, preserving, and making accessible scholarly resources; and promoting information literacy for lifelong learning.

The main objective of the Seabury-McCoy Learning Resource Center is to support the curriculum offered by Southern California University of Health Sciences in its various colleges and programs. In doing so, it seeks to provide information and learning resources offering a wide variety of viewpoints in an efficient and timely manner to meet the information needs of students, faculty, and staff interacting within the context of the curriculum, regardless of delivery method or medium. The Learning Resource Center is an open active and accessible learning environment, a hub for global information, and a secure repository for scholarship.