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COVID 19 : Resources and Support

Starting April 1st, IDs will no longer need to be scanned and Community members are welcome in the library.


The library has sanitation stations at each entrance of the library. 

 Hand sanitizer can also be found at each service desk in the library 


 Library furniture has been arranged to be socially distanced (6 feet apart)

 Study room capacities have been adjusted so that patrons may keep 6 feet apart at all times.


  Due to the library being an open public space, it is required that a mask be worn at all times when within the library. 

Masks should cover the nose and mouth and fit snuggly. 

Library staff are required to wear masks when not in a personal office

It is required to wear a mask within the study rooms if more than one person is present. 


Stay safe and healthy lions!

The university's official response and correspondence can be found here: 


This guide is intended to provide supplemental information to support faculty and students who are transitioning their teaching and research online, following the guidance of the University Administration.

How to document your COVID-19 experience and how to donate materials to the MSSU Archive and Special Collections: Click HERE!

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