At the end of the Fall 2016 semester, the Nursing/Biology Library currently located in Gowan Hall will be re-purposed, with print books and journals being relocated to Mullen Library. After the collection move is complete, the first floor of the existing Library will be re-opened by the School of Nursing as a learning commons where faculty and students may do research and work together. Plans are underway to utilize the second floor of the current space in Gowan for other nursing purposes.
Anyone needing help locating specific print books during the transition and relocation of collections may contact Taras Zvir, Interim Stacks Supervisor (email@example.com). Faculty needing to place items on course reserve may contact our Access Services staff (firstname.lastname@example.org). Students and faculty are encouraged to arrange for research consultations through the Meet With A Librarian service, http://cua.libcal.com, or by contacting Linda Todd directly (email@example.com).
Due to the predicted snow storm tonight, the University Libraries is cancelling our overnight hours. Mullen Library will close at 10 P.M. on Wednesday, February 12.
Spring 2014 Lockers Available to Graduate Students!
Mullen Library will be offering a limited number of lockers to all graduate-level students for the Spring 2014 semester. Please note the following schedule and come by the Circulation Desk to check out a locker key
Monday January 13, 2014:
Lockers will be made to all graduate-level students. First come, first serve
Saturday May 10, 201:
All lockers must be cleared out and keys returned to the Circulation Desk Note: lockers cannot be renewed
Questions? Please contact Mullen Library’s Circulation Desk (202-319-5060)
Technology Services is installing new WiFi access points throughout Mullen Library this week. Library staff is continuing to work with them to fine-tune the configuration of the new units.
If you encounter troubles please be sure to ask at the information desk for help. If we are unable to help we will pass along all information to the technicians to aid in the proper configuration of the new network. We appreciate your patience and join you in looking forward to a robust, reliable WiFi experience in Mullen Library.
The ruptured water pipe near McMahon Hall has been replaced and water has been restored to the Crough Center, Shahan Hall, and Mullen Library. Water dependent cooling systems in Mullen are being checked and reset. We expect the Library to reopen at 5pm.
In the meantime please visit our other campus libraries, libraries.cua.edu/about/collecs.cfm.
We received reports regarding problems accessing the database “Standard & Poor’s” from off-campus. Now the problem is fixed. If you still cannot access it, please clear the cache in your browser and try again. If the problem continues, please submit a ticket to us. Sorry for the inconvenience!
CUA Libraries has e-books available online to our users. Most of them allow you to print and even download. Our librarian, Kristen Fredericksen, has created a guide to show you how to do this on different e-book platforms.
Effective Tuesday, January 17, 2012, certain areas of the Mullen Library will be open for student use 24 hours a day Monday through Thursday (excepting spring break and the Easter holidays). This means that when the Library opens for service at 8 am on a Monday, it will not close its doors until Friday evening at 10 pm. You will have to show your CUA Cardinal Card to enter the building between 11pm and 8am.
The CUA University Libraries are happy to welcome Howard University into the WRLC partnership.
Beginning January 9, CUA students, faculty and staff will be able to directly borrow from the Howard University Libraries. You may already notice that their records now appear in our basic shared catalog. Efforts are continuing to fully integrate their holdings into our more advanced discovery tools.
The librarians and library staff at CUA are looking forward to the new level of cooperation with our colleagues at Howard as we all strive to provide better services and access to research materials.
For more information, please see the official press release at the Howard University News Room.