A series of facilities upgrades will take place this summer to make the current Social Welfare Library more functional and to create space for a newly combined collection of current and high use books supporting social welfare, education, psychology, and social research more broadly (more information about the context of these changes is available online). In order to accomplish the renovation, the Social Welfare Library will close as of Friday, May 16th at 5pm and and will reopen on September 8th.
During the summer, Social Welfare’s course reserves and circulating books will be available in the Education Psychology Library in Tolman Hall. Research assistance will be available by appointment in Haviland as well as by phone or email. Please contact Susan Edwards if you have any questions or concerns.