Welcome back!

Wow, that was a fast summer.  But here we are… it’s Labor Day weekend, every food or drink you can imagine comes in a pumpkin or apple flavored variety, and school is starting again.  No matter what the calendar says, it’s fall, so welcome back (or for our new students, welcome for the first time) to Bryant University!  Remember that the library is here to serve all of your informational needs – big or small, academic or not – so swing by whenever you need.

Best of luck to you all in the semester ahead!

Student Employment Opportunities – Fall 2014

The Douglas & Judith Krupp Library’s Borrower Services Department has positions open for the Fall 2014 semester.

The library is a dynamic and customer service oriented place and we seek student employees that can fit this bill!

For position descriptions and application information click the link below.

Borrower Services Student Assistant

 

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RIP Maya Angelou

angelouThinking of Maya Angelou, who passed away this morning at the age of 86.  Whether you knew her from her poems, memoirs, activism, public appearances (the 1993 inauguration of President Clinton was a big one), TV or movie appearances, music, or even just parodies of her (David Allen Grier did an amazing impression), she cast a long shadow in art and in life.

Schedule for the Douglas & Judith Krupp Library, May 20 – Aug 9

Summer may not officially be here yet, but we can pretend it is for scheduling’s sake, and we’ll be here to help you through whatever informational needs you may have throughout it:

May 20 – August 9*:

Mondays – Thursdays, 8am – 10pm

Fridays, 8am – 4:30pm

Saturdays, 9am – 4:30pm

Sundays, 11am – 6:30pm (through July 27)

 

*Holidays and Exceptions:

Saturday, May 24 – Monday, May 26 – CLOSED

Friday, July 4 – Sunday, July 6 – CLOSED

Sundays in August – CLOSED

Monday, August 11 – CLOSED

Library Schedule May 14 – May 26 (UPDATED!)

The semester is over, Senior Week and Commencement are upon us, and the library has a few more schedule changes to account for before we settle into our normal summer operating hours.  Here’s the rundown of our various openings and closings between now and May 26th.

Wednesday, May 14 – Friday, May 16: 8:30am – 4:30pm

Saturday, May 17 (Commencement): Noon – 3pm

Sunday, May 18: CLOSED

Monday, May 19: 8:30am – 4:30pm

Tuesday, May 20 – Thursday, May 22: 8am – 10pm

Friday, May 23: 8 am – 4:30pm

Saturday, May 24 – Monday, May 26 (Memorial Day Weekend): CLOSED

Final Exams Period Schedule (May 2-13)

Finals?  Really?  Already?  We’re having as hard a time believing it as you guys.  But we’re ready, willing, and able to help you out, and here’s our extended schedule for Final Exams to prove it:

Friday, May 2nd: 7:30am – 11pm

Saturday, May 3rd: 10am – 11pm

Sunday, May 4th: 10am – 2am

Monday, May 5th – Thursday, May 8th:  7am – 2am

Friday, May 9th: 7am – 11pm

Saturday, May 10th: 10am – 11pm

Sunday, May 11th: 10am – 2am

Monday, May 12th: 7am – 2am

Tuesday, May 13th: 7am – 5pm

Good luck with finals, and always remember the words of Douglas Adams: Don’t Panic!

Important Info About Study Room Closings

Bello Center second floor study rooms 203 – 211 (the ones encircling the Grand Hall) and 215 & 216 (the two inside the quiet area) will be unavailable for booking or student use as of Thursday, May 1st, and will remain unavailable for the rest of the summer.  Rooms 201 and 202 will remain available for the time being (at least through July, when they will be used as offices for a series of summer conferences), though this is subject to change.

The study rooms in question will serve as temporary office space for our colleagues in University Relations, who are being displaced by the latest round of summer construction in the Unistructure.  These rooms will reopen for student use in the Fall 2014 semester.

In the meantime, we’ll do what we can to help you find alternative spaces to work and study during this busy period, whether elsewhere in the library or around campus.  If you have suggestions for good study locations, please share them with us so we can pass the word onto others.

Thank you for your understanding, and best of luck with final exams.

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