Here’s what you wanna know about the library:
- How do I print?
- Do I need a library card to check out a book/DVD/CD/etc.?
- Do I need an ID to get in the building?
- Can I access library databases from outside the library?
- What are the library hours?
- Where can I get more information?
We’re always here to help, so stop on by!
SJU’s Office of Development and Alumni Relations is asking all alumni, parents and friends to participate in the 1 for 1 Commencement Challenge by making a gift to honor current seniors during the month leading up to Commencement, May 12, 2012. They will be counting down the donors needed to reach 1189 gifts during this month long challenge, one gift for every graduating senior. Not only will challenge participants be honoring SJU seniors (even a specific senior if they so choose), they will be supporting current and future SJU students as well.
Check out their website to learn more about the Commencement Challenge, to chart its progress, and to donate!
Beginning Sunday, December 11 and through finals, the Francis A. Drexel Library will be open 24 hours.
Time: December 11 – December 17 (closing at 4:00pm that Saturday)
Please note: During extended hours, there will be no technical or library assistance.
A valid SJU ID is required to use Drexel Library. Security escorts are available by calling x1111.
Café Hours Fall Finals Week 2011
Sun. 12/11 4pm-Midnight
Mon. 12/12 – Fri. 12/16 10am-Midnight
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Don’t delay! Register today for a workshop that will help you learn effective techniques to take the pressure off your last week of the semester. This workshop, presented by the Learning Resource Center, will present effective strategies to help you begin preparing for final exams.
Room/Location: Francis A. Drexel Library, 2nd Floor – Room 218.
Dates: Wednesday, December 7, 2011, 3:00 PM – 3:45 PM.
Thursday, December 8, 2011, 11:30am – 1:00pm
Sponsor: Learning Resource Center.
Contact: Carolyn Zaccagni. firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 610-660-1846.
Rooms available for reservation: 204, 205, 216, 217, and 219.
Students are free to use the rooms if they are not reserved. If a group has reserved the room, students are expected to finish up their work within 15 minutes and yield the room to those with reservations.