California Library Access Services South (CLASS)

California Library Access Services South

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Join our mailing list to be kept up-to-date as event planning progresses. We won’t share your email with others and will only
send messages periodically, particularly about the annual event.

CLASS is in session!

CLASS was formed in 2018 to serve as a networking, training/programming, and community-building resource for those working in all areas and at all levels of access services in four-year academic institutions in Southern California.


Our goal is to offer an in-person event, at least once annually, for access services staff. The event would include a tour of the host library and its access services unit(s), networking among peers, presentations, and discussion groups. Staff in any area of access services and at all levels, both managerial and operational, are invited and encouraged to attend.

Our inaugural event will be held at The Claremont Colleges Library on May 31, 2019.
  • This year's theme will be CLASS Unites "Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success." – Edward Everett Hale.
  • Registration is closed, but you can learn more about the event or view the agenda.

Tell Us What You’d Like CLASS to Offer


Education & Training

Professional Resources



Contact on the CLASS Planning & Leadership Team who can be contacted with any questions:

Sara Baird (San Diego State University) Carlo Medina (UC Los Angeles)
Sally Bryant (Pepperdine University) Vicky Munda (CSU Long Beach)
Matthew Prutsman (CSU Los Angeles) Troy Compton (San Diego State University)
Rhonda Rosen (Loyola Marymount University) Kymberly Goodson (UC San Diego)
Teresa Roudenbush (CSU San Marcos) Micquel Little (The Claremont Colleges)
Ashley Riordan (The Claremont Colleges) Replacing Micquel Little, Jan-May 2019