Monthly Archives: May 2017

Academic Libraries have a Positive Impact on Student Learning and Success

A recent, in-depth study by The Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) shows that academic libraries contribute to student learning and success. Below are the 5 outcomes of the investigation. Students benefit from library instruction in their initial coursework. Library … Continue reading

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Food for Fines: Thanks!

This year the library collected 120 items and $9.00 in cash as part of our annual “Food for Fines” fine-forgiveness campaign. These items were donated to Wooster’s People to People Ministries. Thank you very much to everyone that participated by … Continue reading

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Don’t Miss Out

There isn’t much time left to take advantage of the library’s “Food for Fines” campaign. Bring in non-perishable items and your fines will be waived on a per-item basis.  Sorry, we cannot forgive charges associated with lost materials replacement as … Continue reading

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