On April 18th, in observance of Good Friday, the SPU library hours are reduced to 7:30 a.m. — noon. On April 19th and 20th, the library will be closed. Happy Easter!
Do you need to access items put on reserve by your professors? Directly above, in the main search bar, click on the course reserves tab. Search by item or professor name to locate your reserve item, write the call number down, bring it to the front desk, and we'll pull it for you!
We at the library hope you had a rejuvenating spring awakening. Welcome back to campus, and our best to you as you begin anew with your work this term!
Visit the library reading room, and walk through the Library's "Book Labyrinth" during Lent, a contemplative exercise practiced by Christians for thousands of years. Also, check out selected books, movies, and albums from our Lenten display table.
SPU has rolled out a new campus-wide room reservation system: SPU Room Finder. The Library is pleased to be part of this more global room reservation solution. Please access the SPU Room Finder system to book a room — will require SPU sign in.
During Spring Break, from March 20th until April 1st, the library will be open from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and closed Saturday & Sunday. We at the library wish you a refreshing and enlivening break of vernal liberty!
Pulled a book off the shelf, but aren’t going to check it out? Leave it on one of the green painted shelves located on each floor, typically on the outside corners of the general collection. Items are picked up periodically by a library staff member, counted, and re-shelved– thanks for helping us out!
The Seminar Room on the second floor of the Library will become a Quiet Study Zone March 11-13 & 17-19 from 8pm-Closing and all day on the weekends (March 9, 15 & 16). The Library Classroom on the main level of the Library will become a Group Study Zone. This will be in effect March 10 – 14 & 17-19 from 2pm-Closing and all day on the weekends (March 9, 15 & 16). There are also free ear plugs available at the Circulation Desk, Reference Desk, or the Tech Desk to help with blocking out extra sound.
Come see the Black History book display on the main floor of the library. Check out titles containing poems or plays written by Black authors, volumes that cover the impact of Black music on American culture, or the collected papers of Martin Luther King, Jr., among others.
As soon as the Circulation Desk recieves a held item, a patron has a week to come the the Library and check it out. Some notices are being sent to patrons informing them that they have only a day to pick up their items. We are working to fix this issue as soon as possible. In the mean time, please disregard the same day pick up notice. All patrons still have the alloted week to get their items. We apologize for any inconvenience and are happy to answer any questions you may have.
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