The Who, What, When, & Why
It is a place to imagine, to discover, and to explore.
...a place and to aspire, inspire, and create.
...a place to smile and believe.
...a place to browse, to think, and to READ.
...a place to begin and succeed.
Closes no earlier than 4:30 P.M.
If the lights are on--come on in!
Without an ID may check out only 2.
Items may be renewed once for an additional two weeks--more if not requested by another student.
Overdue items are not charge late fees; however, no additional items may be checked out until overdue items are returned, renewed, or paid for.
Students are responsible for the cost of an item if lost or damaged.
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