Construction Update: Medical Center Library

The MCL will be closed 7a-5p on Friday January 16th, to relocate and remove furniture and equipment. However, MCL will be open 5p-8pm Friday January 16th in order to provide a window of service to users.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause  our users.

Medical Center Library Construction Hours

The construction continues at the Medical Center Library-Hillcrest. In order to accommodate carpentry work that is, at times, very noisy—the library will close next week at 5PM to allow the noisier work at night.

Medical Center Library Hours

Dec 15th-16th Mon-Tues 7am-5pm

Dec 17th-19th Wed-Fri 7am -8pm

Dec 20th  Sat-  CLOSED

Dec 21th Sun 1pm-5pm (Regular hours)

Dec 22nd Mon – 8am -5pm

Dec 24th – January 1, 2009 – CLOSED

Medical Center Library Remodeling Begins

Construction at the Medical Center Library will begin next week.  Some construction activities have been scheduled to occur during business hours and other activities have been scheduled to take place at night after hours. To accommodate the various contractors and crews, the library will have a varying schedule over the course of the next few months, which may involve early closure or closed status.

MCL will report-out on a weekly basis business hours for the upcoming week.

MCL BUSINESS HOURS — Week of December 8- 12, 2008

  • Monday, December 8th – Regular hours 7a- 8p

  • Tuesday, December 9th- Reduced hours 7a-5p

  • Wednesday, December 10th- Reduced hours 7a-5p
  • Thursday, December 11th – Regular hours
  • Friday, December 12th – Regular hours
  • Saturday & Sunday, December 13th &14th – Regular hours

See Medical Center website for complete hours.

Carpet cleaning August 22nd – closing early

The Biomedical Library will be closing at 5 pm on Friday, August 22nd so that we can have the carpets cleaned. Didn’t we just do this? Yes, but they turned out to need a more industrial-strength cleaning so we’re having a little do-over.

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Library and Graduate Study Closed Over 4th of July

The Biomedical Library and Graduate Study will close at 5pm Thursday, July 3rd for carpet cleaning. The Library and Graduate Study will remain closed over the July 4th holiday, and re-open at 10am on Saturday, July 5th. This will allow the carpet to fully dry.

We’re sorry for any inconvenience.

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Reserve a Group Study Room

It is that time of year when the Group Study Rooms are in high demand. Make sure your group has one available that meets your schedule by calling ahead to reserve one. Reservations are for the same day only. Call the Service Desk at 858-534-3253 or stop by the library to place your reservation.

Please remember that if you have checked out a room, those in your group cannot also place a reservation for a later time. We are trying to make sure everyone has a chance to use these rooms. The Group Study Rooms Policy page will give you some general details about the group study room policies and you can also see the picky details about Group Study Rooms Reservations.

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Library closing early January 25th

The Biomedical Library and Graduate Study will close at 5pm Friday, January 25th to allow the carpet to be cleaned. The Library and Graduate Study will open normally at 10am Saturday, January 26th. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

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Noise Alert

Due to furniture installation, there will be periods of noise in the Library this week. We are working with the furniture installation crew to mitigate noise as much as possible, but some disruption will be unavoidable. We recommend users work in the far south end and northeast end of the 2nd floor. There are ear plugs available at the service desk. We hope this furniture installation project will be completed on or before Thursday. We apologize for this inconvenience.

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Library closed July 4th

The Library will be closed July 4th. Sorry for any inconvenience.

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Recreational Reading and New Books moved

The Recreational Reading and New Books collections have been moved to provide more visibility. The Recreational Reading collection is now located on the first floor across from the service desk, and includes 300 contemporary fiction and non-fiction bestsellers, a dozen popular magazines, and two local newspapers. The New books are now on the East side of the staircase as you enter the library. Books in this collection circulate normally.

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