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Syracuse University Libraries

Libraries' Student Advisory Board (LSAB)

This site provides information on the activities, goals, and application process for the Libraries' Student Advisory Board at Syracuse University.

What is the Libraries' Student Advisory Board?

The Libraries' Student Advisory Board (LSAB) is an open forum for students to voice their concerns, ideas, and feedback regarding library services and spaces. Examples of topics covered in meetings include:

  • Usability and value of SUL websites
  • Accessibility of library buildings and spaces
  • Student opinions and preferences for library furniture and decor
  • And lots more!

How is the feedback used?

The Board’s recommendations help to incorporate student needs and concerns as they relate to library services, resources, and spaces. Feedback is anonymized and shared with library administration and relevant units or project teams. 

Who is able to join?

We welcome membership from all Syracuse University schools and colleges, majors, and years. Both undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to participate, and it looks great on a resume!

When and where does the LSAB meet?

Meetings are held on a monthly basis during the Fall and Spring semesters. Remote meetings are held over Zoom, and in-person meetings take place in Bird Library, Room 004.

Get Involved!

Sign-up here to make your voice heard,
or reach out to Natalie LoRusso ( with questions.

2020-2021 Student Members

Rosalyn Impink, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs

Grace Fritzke, College of Arts & Sciences

Austin Waters, School of Information Studies

Breeann Austin, School of Information Studies

Gregory Dachille, School of Education

Gigi Swinnerton, School of Information Studies

Melissa Patton, School of Information Studies

Ruby Williamson, School of Information Studies

Special thanks to Holli Kubly, our former web librarian and colleague, who helped create the structure for the Student Library Advisory Board.