Eating snack foods in the Library has been allowed for several months now. However we have had questions from students, faculty and staff about what types of foods are considered snack foods and what kinds are not. To help everyone with this quandary we updated the Library's Food and Drink Policy to include more specific examples of foods that are OK to eat in the building.
Cups of coffee or tea are available at the Multiservice Center desk, 1st floor, of the Rod Library for only $1.00. There are over 10 varieties of coffees and 4 tea selections available for purchase. Hot chocolate and the limited time selection of Pumpkin Spice will be available soon. Warm up with a cup today!!
Are you looking for tutoring or help in some of your courses? Visit the A-Team on Sunday nights from 6 to 9 p.m., in Rod Library starting Sept. 11. The A-Team provides help for students in math, science, personal wellness, humanities, and business courses, as well as assistance with college reading, study strategies and writing.
The assistive technology equipment has been moved from room 280 to a larger room, room 281. Room 281 is located east of the Reference Desk on the second floor.
UNI has recently implemented a new Student Information System (SIS.) When the old information was migrated into the new SIS system, faculty and staff with outstanding fees attached to their University bill were notified via e-mail. Some of these fees include library fines. Because the old system did not notify faculty and staff of outstanding fees of less than $20 it is possible this recent email is the first time you have been informed of a library fine on your account. If you have any questions about a recent "Library Fine" on your account pleas