Q. Can a nonstudent or the general public use the library?

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Nonstudents/general public have limited access to the Levin Library and are not permitted entry during our regular Fall and Spring semesters.  Such patrons may use the computers and enjoy our study areas during holiday breaks.  The general public may not, however, borrow materials or use the printers.  Children must be supervised at all times. If you are a member of the general public and our library has material in it's collection you would like to borrow, please consider asking your local library to get it from us via interlibrary loan.

  • Last Updated Jan 19, 2017
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  • Answered By Ben Brudner

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