Good-bye and good luck!

As the semester comes to a close, we want to wish everyone good luck in their future endeavors. Whether it’s work, grad school, internships, or summer courses, you will go far.

If you will be around this summer and back in the library, don’t forget the library has different summer hours between and during summer sessions. Click here  for those hours.

Also, don’t forget that on Friday, May 7, the library will be open it’s normal Friday hours – 7:45 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

If you will be back in the fall, stay tuned for fun events Rohrbach has planned for you. There will be more chances to win gift baskets, including a library scavenger hunt that you can do for fun, or for class credit. Professors, this is a great opportunity to encourage your students to learn about the library.

Have a great summer!



2 Responses to “Good-bye and good luck!”

  1. 1 Karen Wanamaker May 6, 2010 at 10:55 am

    Thanks to “CS” (Christina Steffy) for all of her dedicated posting to our blog during this academic year. She has been a great graduate assistant and has served the library well. Best wishes to her as she heads to Rutgers to earn her MLIS to become a LIBRARIAN! 🙂

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