The Library has listened and responded to faculty and student requests! In a four-part series of moves during spring and summer 2015, we are putting the more highly paged materials into areas where they can be browsed, and putting the lesser paged materials into the earthquake damaged areas of Library South.
The ATC is supporting the work of FDC and OASIS by serving as the initial point of contact and triage. This move will better serve faculty needs by providing a single location where faculty can ask for help, and also get connected with the appropriate contacts at the ATC, FDC or OASIS. Stop on by PLS-237.
The first floor of Pollak Library North has received a makeover: all new carpeting, some new, more comfortable furniture, and a more open look. Student comments were made regarding the makeover and were overheard and passed down through administration.
There is a 24 hour turnaround period for requests made Monday-Friday by 3 p.m. If the book is not available for paging in our stacks, we will automatically order it through interlibrary loan. Click the above link for a list of other libraries from which students, faculty and staff can travel to and check out materials.