How could the Harrison University Libraries expansion project impact you? You can find out each week in UNotes until the project ends. Will publications you're looking for be in a different place? Will there be drilling during a certain time period? Will there be fewer computers available? Check the latest "What's Going on at the Library" for updates (like the one below) before you go there.
Progress continues on the Harrison University Libraries renovation project.
On Saturday, April 22, the construction crew is expected to remove the hard wall on the main level from the KF Room, past Starbucks, and all the way to the reference collection. Plastic will be used to minimize dust during the process. The noise may be disruptive to visitors.
Carpet is expected to be installed on the main level the morning of Monday, April 24.
The Harrison University Libraries Expansion and Renovation project began in May 2016, and will continue through spring 2017. This project brings the physical space, technology, and infrastructure of the University Libraries in line with our evolving understanding of teaching and learning, benefiting the University's community of learners, scholars, creators, and supporters. The project comprises three essential components: building an addition to the back of the Harrison University Libraries building, renovating the Mortensen Library, and moving the Allen Library to a newly renovated space. See new construction photos and learn more at hartford.edu/libraryrenovation