Harrison Libraries Still Open for Business

University Libraries continue operations during quarantine

Suddenly being thrown to online classes in the middle of a semester is a problem students are facing all over the world. We’re feeling disconnected from a campus community and deprived of a normal learning experience.

Thankfully, the Harrison Libraries’ staff are still working from home to assist students with their studies any way they can. University librarians are offering their help for questions on taking out ebooks or how to use the library databases for research.

Additionally, the library staff would like students to know that all current overdue fines on books will be waived. If you still have checked-out materials in your possession, you may either mail them to the university, or hold onto them until September 30th in the following semester. If you have trouble with any of the mentioned topics, or anything having to do with library resources, contact the Harrison Libraries with your questions.