Princeton University Library will be migrating their catalog July 22-August 2. While you will be able to go into the library to pull books yourself if you are a part of the Asymptomatic Testing Program, https://www.ias.edu/PrincetonCOVID19 , our courier service has been suspended during this transition.
Library staff go to Princeton University’s Firestone Library on Wednesdays to provide two services.
We offer: 1. a short term loan service (we bring books back for you) and 2. scanning (within copyright limits). We may have to follow the limit of six books each trip and six scans when there are a large volume of requests or are oversized. Requests take time for processing by Princeton University Library. Items take two business days to pull per their information.
Please contact staff if you have any questions. Thank you.
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