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June 2008

Summer session hours

Beginning this Monday, June 30, and continuing until Thursday, August 7, the Library will be operating on the following schedule:

Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sunday: Closed

Hours will change again after August 7 so be sure to check the blog for updates or you may view our entire summer hour schedule here. Information on other local libraries that Wheelock members have access to when we are closed can be found on our earlier summer blog post.

Best of luck to those taking courses this summer!

Virtual Catalog up and running!

The server issue which has caused the Massachusetts Virtual Catalog to be down for a week has now been repaired. To view the status of any pending requests, or to make a new Virtual Catalog request, you may click here or visit the FLO catalog and select the “Virtual Catalog” tab.

Virtual Catalog down

The Massachusetts Virtual Catalog is down due to a server issue. System administrators are working on the problem and are unsure of when it will be fixed. As a result, there will be a delay in receiving materials ordered through the MAVC.

The FLO catalog, which includes the Wheelock College Library’s collection, is available to locate items in our Library as well as the other FLO colleges.

Library access during construction

Construction on the Campus Center and Student Residence building continues just outside our door, and with new phases of the project come new issues for getting to the Library.

The entrance to the Library will remain where it has been, but you may find yourself having to take a slight detour to get to it. When construction work is under way in the parking lot area, please use the ramp on the Riverway side of the Library to come in to the building. If the ramp is closed for work on the Riverway side, please use the ramp from the parking lot on the Pilgrim Road side.

As always, proceed with caution when in the construction zone. We appreciate your patience and understanding as Wheelock’s first new building in nearly 40 years takes shape. For more information on the CCSR project, visit