COVID-19 Library FAQs

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Q: What do I do if I need to return my Library books?
A: We have extended all due dates on library materials until September 10th. Once the library building re-opens, you can return library materials at your convenience before September 10th.

Q: When will the library reopen?
A: The University is monitoring the situation closely and will determine when it is safe to reopen the campus. We will update the hours on our library website as soon as we know more.

Q: I requested an item through an ILL/purchase request before the library closed. How can I get access to it?
A: At this time, we cannot enter the library building to retrieve items. Please chat or e-mail us at and we will do our best to locate a digital copy of the item if one is available.

Q: My teacher had a book on Reserve. How can I access that material while the library is closed?
A: The library is working with faculty members to find alternatives to print reserves. Please contact your professor to find out how to access this content.

Q: Where can I find authoritative info on COVID-19?
A: The ProQuest Database has created a guide to current, accurate, and authoritative information on the COVID-19 pandemic.