As of March 2021, the Library will remain closed until further notice. This means no access to computers, printers, work stations, or the circulation desk of the library. We do have policies listed below that we will be enacting for Spring 2021 that will allow some access to the Library's resources, but they will be limited to prevent exposure to COVID-19 on either end. All Library employees will be vaccinated to work on campus.
Starting April 19, 2021, students will be allowed to check out instruments and equipment from the Library. This is on an appointment basis ONLY. You must email email@example.com with the instrument you want to use (please indicate the call number, which will be A#, B#, G# or something similar), the date and time you need them, and what you need them for (practice, jury, LPW, etc).
Please remember, the instruments and equipment can only be used on-campus between the hours of 9am and 6pm. All items must be returned by 6pm. Overnight requests are only granted in special circumstances. Items must be returned after 2 hours of usage unless you ask for an extension when scheduling your appointment.
To see what instruments and equipment are available to be checked out, please refer to the Instruments and Equipment Guide.
Starting April 19, 2021, all Library items may be returned to the Library as normal. You may do this in one of three ways:
Similar to the past two terms, if you need something printed (as in music for your juries, for an assignment, or something similar), you can email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, student ID, and the document you'd like to be printed, ideally in PDF form. It costs $0.10/page. We will calculate the cost and have it applied to your student account.
Once we have received confirmation that you are ok with the cost, we will print the items and place them in the bin outside the library for you to pick up as is convenient.
Please email us a week before you need your items printed as we may receive a high volume of requests. Thank you in advance.
Here are some useful online resources: