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April 17, 2003

SBC donates business collection to CSUS Library

SBC Communications, a national provider of data, voice and Internet services, has donated more than 3,600 reference materials from its corporate library to the California State University, Sacramento Library.

Given the volatility of the telecommunications industry in the past few years, the materials will serve as a valuable resource to faculty and students at CSUS. The collection includes business, financial, management and technology resource materials that are still relevant in today’s marketplace.

“We hope that this gift will serve as an excellent tool for the next generation of business leaders in the Sacramento region,” said Adam Grzybicki, SBC director of external affairs. “SBC is proud to support education and give back to the communities we serve.”

The donation was made after SBC closed its corporate library at its San Ramon campus to allow for some building consolidation. The collection includes 1,858 hardback books, 1,674 paperback books and 105 videocassettes.

“Gifts like this help the CSUS Library to continue to build the collections needed by our students and faculty to enhance their education,” says Tamara Frost Trujillo, senior associate dean and coordinator for collection development. “We are fortunate to receive such a valuable donation to our Library.”

For information on making a donation of reference materials, contact Tamara Frost Trujillo at (916) 278-5679. For media assistance, call the CSUS public affairs office at (916) 278-6156.

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