April 16-19 the Marygrove Library is open until midnight

At the request of the Marygrove College Student Government Association, the library will extend its hours of operation for the last week of Winter 2012 classes

From Monday, April 16, through Thursday, April 19, parts of the library will remain open until midnight. The Fisher Room and the Research & Technology Commons (aka the reference room) will remain open; the stacks and the lower level will remain closed.

Students, we encourage you to give us feedback on these extended hours. Do you welcome this change? Is this helpful in terms of your study needs? Would you like to see extended hours next semester as well? You can call us at 313.927.1346 or email us at marygrovelibrary.gmail.com.

About Marygrove College Library

The mission of the Marygrove College Library is to be a partner in the educational process, sharing especially in the College's mission of educating each student toward intellectual and professional competence and toward career flexibility through grounding in the liberal arts. The library, in an environment conducive to research and learning, provides access to resources and services that serve primarily the educational and information needs of the students, faculty, and staff of the college.
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4 Responses to April 16-19 the Marygrove Library is open until midnight

  1. Rhonda Moore-Lewis says:

    Excellent idea! I really needed that time to study and work on papers at the end of the semester. I would be nice if you guys were opened late until the end of the semester.

    • This is great to hear, Rhonda! We’re glad that you appreciated the extended hours. And thanks for giving us feedback about staying open late – we can use this information when we decide how long to stay open next semester.

  2. Kathleen Green says:

    Where is Marygrove College Library? I have a print and was told it was Keng Lear end of the 3rd Act? Which daughter -name- is being banished from the kingdom? kg

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