This guide will help you locate publications from the three branches of the United States government: executive, legislature, judiciary. The publications may be in paper, on microform (film or fiche), or online as PDF files or digital images.
Print materials are usually located in the Government Publications US collection on the 3rd floor of Love Library.
Use the Ask Us 24/7 link if you need help. You can ask us in-person or by phone, text, chat or email.
You can also contact one of the librarians below. We're here to help.
Carolyn Baber - California, United States & United Nations publications
On sabbatical Fall 2016 semester
Bruce Harley - United States & United Nations publicaitons
Policy analysis, United Nations
Linda Muroi - California & United States publicaitons
Policy Analysis, education, social sciences
Wil Weston - United States publications
Education, sciences, social sciences
The SDSU Library is a Congressionally designated depository for U.S. government publications. Public access to the government publications collection is guaranteed by public law (44 United States Code §§1901‐1916). The general public is welcome to use depository materials free of charge.
PLEASE NOTE: While the general public is welcome to use depository materials free of charge, many of our U.S. government resources, including resources listed in this research guide, are not depository materials and off-campus access is limited to SDSU students, faculty, and staff. This includes most of the electronic resources such as Proquest Congressional and LexisNexis Academic.
The SDSU Library adheres to the policies set by the Government Printing Office: Free, Public Access and Legal Requirements & Program Regulations of the Federal Depository Library Program.