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Summer 2022 Open Building and Virtual Hours (May 21, 2022 - July 29th, 2022):

Monday-Thursday: 8am–8pm

Friday: 8am-4:30pm

Saturday and Sunday: Closed

Summer 2022 Interim Hours (July 30, 2022 - August 21, 2022):

Monday-Friday: 8am–4:30pm

Saturday and Sunday: Closed

The Library Building is currently open and online services are available. Get help by Chatting with a librarian or visit our Employee and Student Resource Page for more details on open building hours. 
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Library News & Events

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Finals are coming up soon and we’ve created events to be sure you’re incorporating wellness into your daily routine. Click below for all the Finals Week events we have coming up in May. Hope to see you there!

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Mark your calendars and join us for some fun and insightful library programs this Spring! All library programs will be virtual during the Spring. Programs presented by the Library's common read program One Book One Harper.

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Information about Library services that are provided during the Spring Semester 2022.

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Immigrants have had the greatest impact on America’s culinary landscape. Learn about seven gastronomic gifts as food historian Richard Foss traces their migration to modern day. Join us Thursday November 18th, via Webex, at 7pm for this wonderful program!

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Starting Monday, November 1st, the Library's open hours will be changing.

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Join us (virtually) Thursday October 14th, 2021 at 7pm to learn about the history of chocolate from its ancient beginnings in Meso-America to the modern day. More details inside!

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Last Updated: 6/13/22