Eating snack foods in the Library has been allowed for several months now. However we have had questions from students, faculty and staff about what types of foods are considered snack foods and what kinds are not. To help everyone with this quandary we updated the Library's Food and Drink Policy to include more specific examples of foods that are OK to eat in the building.
If you are considering bringing a snack into the Library please take a look at our Food and Drink Policy first to make sure your snack item is OK to eat while you are studying.
Are you looking for tutoring or help in some of your courses? Visit the A-Team on Sunday nights from 6 to 9 p.m., in Rod Library starting Sept. 11. The A-Team provides help for students in math, science, personal wellness, humanities, and business courses, as well as assistance with college reading, study strategies and writing.
The Youth Collection has moved to a temporary location on the first floor on the east side of the building. The Collection will remain on the first floor until the refurbishment project is completed in their area on third floor. Their third floor home will receive new furniture, wall paint, carpet, and shelving over the course of the fall semester.
If you have any difficulty locating Youth Collection materials please be sure to ask the friendly folks in the Youth offices on the first floor, or stop by the Circulation Desk or Reference Desk on the second floor.