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Summer Brings Changes at Paul Robeson Library

May 22, 2018

Construction will begin this week on new steps for the front of the library. Photo: John Powell.

Now that finals are over and commencement has concluded, changes are afoot at Rutgers–Camden’s Paul Robeson Library.

On Monday, May 21, the Office of Financial Aid and the Office of Student Accounting (including cashiering and parking) relocated to the second floor of the library. They will be located temporarily in this space while a one-stop center for these critical student and campus functions is created in Armitage Hall over the summer. During this time, the quiet study area of the library will be a general study area.

In addition, construction will begin this week on new steps for the front of the library. The side ramp will remain open for use while the steps are being installed.

 “We are happy to work with the university to ensure that no services are disrupted during campus construction,” said Regina Koury, director of Paul Robeson Library. “And we are excited for the installation of the beautiful new steps, which will make the quad an even more attractive place for our students to spend time and relax between classes.”