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Entrance - The South (campus mall) and North (Maywood Ave.) entrances are both open as of Friday, October 11. Access to Lot 11 parking will be restored as construction on the connection, the fountain repair and the building exterior repair progresses through the rest of October.
Parking - Metered parking is available on Maywood Ave. For additional parking options and directions, please visit: http://www.mnsu.edu/parking/maps.html
Hours - We are open our regular fall hours, seven days per week. For the fall schedule, visit: http://lib.mnsu.edu/hours/index.php
Library to CSU Underground Pedestrian Link
(May 13 - approximately October 31)
In addition to the underground pedestrian link, this project creates a small amphitheater on the west side of the underground link. Excavation started the week of May 13 and construction will continue through approximately the end of October. Landscaping and sidewalk work will continue into November. Weather and rain days may impact the overall schedule. The South entrance to the Library opened October 11. Lot 11, the "horse shoe lot" remains closed for use by the contractor as a staging area until the project is complete.
Project Manager Paul Corcoran 389-6802.
Funding provided by Library Services and a campus one-time funding grant.
Library Periodicals Shift
(January 1 - December 1)
The Library Periodicals will be shifted to make the area easier to navigate and to provide additional small group study areas. Bookshelves will be moved to provide consistent north-south browsing, microform machines will be relocated adjacent to microform collections, and tables with electrical access will be added along the outer wall. The Periodicals themselves will be available but will be continually shifted during the construction period; ask at the Reference desk for help.
Funding provided by Library Services.
Campus Construction - Information about all campus construction projects is available online. http://www.mnsu.edu/construction/pdf/ProUps3.pdf