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Innovation Lab Workshops – Cultural Credit Available!

Sign up for one of our Innovation Lab Workshops, where you can learn about how all the exciting tech in the Innovation Lab applies to your life and studies! Learn about 3D printing, 3D scanning, VR, and much more – plus, you can get Cultural Credit!

Spots are limited, so be sure to sign up early via LibCal. Click here to sign up!

The event will be held two more times during the semester, at the following date and time:

  • Mo 4/29 – 7 pm
(Note: only one cultural credit per student, so don’t sign up for more than one time. They’re all the same event.)

Spring Break Hours

The library will have shortened hours during the week of Spring Break.

Saturday 2 March – Sunday 3 March | CLOSED
Monday 4 March – Friday 8 March | 8 am to 5 pm
Saturday 9 March | CLOSED
Sunday 10 March | Resume regular hours (open 11 am to 2 am)

Visit the Human Library on Friday 2/15!

At the Human Library event, people are able to check out “books” that are students, staff and faculty all willing to share stories about significant moments in their lives or stories about their identity and what that means to them.

The Library consists of Human “books” who volunteer to tell stories about themselves to a variety of “readers.” Like a regular library, the Human Library has a catalog of books waiting to be checked out. A reader (person who attends the library) can check out “books” on a topic that he or she may be interested in learning more about.

For example, you can check out various titles, such as “Child of a Policeman,” “Greek Life member,” “Athlete,” “Black Lives Matter supporter,” “Transgender,” or “Buddhist” and learn more about that person, their life and the challenges and stereotypes that they have overcome.

The 3rd Annual Human Library will be held on Friday, February 15th from 11 AM to 2 PM.

Join the duPont-Ball Book Club!

This semester’s duPont-Ball Book Club meeting will be held Wednesday, April 10th from 6 to 7:30 pm in the Hollis Family Student Success Center, Room #210. We will be reading Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi. We will also offer pizza and cultural credit! To sign up, please email We are only able to take 15 participants so sign up soon!