Excuse our appearance!

If you’ve stopped by our office in the last few weeks, you may have noticed that the Career Services Library seems to have vanished. We are at the beginning stages of renovations that we hope will be completed before classes begin, but it does mean that for the rest of the summer, the library has been emptied out. There are currently no computers available for public use and our library of books has been boxed up during the construction. The lounge area remains open for now, but as construction gets underway, that will be closing temporarily as well.

When the school year starts, the public computers will be back, though printing and copying will no longer be available. We have also greatly reduced the number of volumes in the Career Services library, but the most popular titles – including those on case interviews and graduate school preparation – will remain, as will daily editions of The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.

We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused and we look forward to welcoming you into our refurbished space this fall.

Author: J. Michael DeAngelis

J. Michael DeAngelis is the Information Specialist in Career Services and Editor-at-Large of this blog. He is also a professional playwright and actor.