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We are Getting New Carpet!
Posted On: Tuesday, January 23, 2018 - 12:05 by Megan von Isenburg

The Library is replacing the carpet in most areas on Level 1 and Level 2R. Work will begin January 24th and take about a month. We are sorry for the mess and any disruption that this causes you!

Here are our tentative plans:

January 24 – February 9: New carpet on Level 2R
This is the hub of the Library and we recognize that the services on this floor are all very important. Our Service Desk will remain the primary point of contact for most of these two weeks. Check in with staff at the Desk for help navigating the Library during the carpet installation.

  • Computers will be temporarily relocated to Rm 212E. We will offer free printing in Rm 212E...
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Find Your Favorite Space!
Posted On: Thursday, August 25, 2016 - 01:38 by Beverly Murphy

 A couple of years ago, we moved over 3,000 linear feet of bound journals and steel shelving on Level 3 to make room for more study space.

This space includes:
• 11 individual carrels that can seat up to 2 people, with doors for privacy
• 2 open carrels
• 3 group study rooms (rooms 315, 316, 319)
Mestro Care terminals (room 320)
• 10 “Resolve Units” with 3 individual work surfaces
• Casual seating

In addition to Level 3, we have a variety of other study spaces available in the Library. On ...

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Building Updates Ongoing
Posted On: Thursday, June 18, 2015 - 09:42 by Megan von Isenburg

Roof replacement at the Mudd building and Medical Center Library will be underway shortly. This week, we're surrounded by scaffolding and fearless workers scaling the heights of our building.

We anticipate the project will be completed by the first week in August.

Our front doors remain open, and safety barriers and overhead protection are in place.

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