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  • What are your hours?
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  • How long can I have the materials I check out?
  • Is your library accessible to people with physical disabilities?
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  • How can I tell if a resource is available?
  • Can I have access to the FirstSearch databases?
  • Can I renew or place holds and recalls online or by phone?
  • Can I have Reserve books held for a particular day and time?
  • Will you do research or create a bibliography for me?
  • Will you mail materials?
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  • Will you pull and hold books for me?
  • Do you charge fines?
  • Can I get materials from other libraries through your library?
  • Can I get materials from your library through other libraries?
  • Will you help me with my work in the computer lab?

    What are your hours?
    Call to confirm: 651.255.6142
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