- Simpson Library
- Meyer Library
- Teaching Support Studio (TSS)
- Materials Library
- Science Corner & MUSE carts
Simpson Library is on the San Francisco Campus, and houses the architecture, design, and graphic novel collections. A portion of the fine arts collections are here as well. Special collections in Simpson Library include Artists' Books, MUSE Carts and Science Equipment, Object collections, Small Press Traffic, and the most recent CCA graduate Theses.
A computer lab and reading area are available for study and creative work.
Meyer Library in Oakland is the original library of the college, founded in 1907. Its collections begin from that time and focus on the fine arts and visual and critical studies. Special Collections include artists' books, the Hamaguchi Study Print Collection, Faculty Development Collection, Games Collection, CCA / C College Archives and the Capp Street Project archive.
A computer lab featuring Cintiq touch screens, scanners and printers is available for study and creative work. Meyer Library's reading room offers views of the bay.
The Teaching Support Studio (TSS) is a faculty support space located in the Meyer Library on CCA's Oakland Campus. The space aggregates all of the various pedagogy & teaching support efforts college-wide.
Located on the second floor of the SF main building, between S-16 and the DCC.
The Materials Library provides a collection of material samples and work space for researching material properties.
Science Corner & MUSE cartsSimpson Library in SF houses the Science Corner and MUSE carts, Mobile Units for Scientific Exploration. This area has storage for the college’s science equipment collection; display and work space. The space works well for small class presentations and receptions.