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Where is Main Stacks?

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The Main Stacks are the tall shelves along the outer edge of the Library.  These shelves contain books, videos, and other materials that may be checked out of the Library. The materials are arranged by Library of Congress call number.

Books can be checked out for two weeks.

Videos can be checked out for three days (by students) or one week (by instructors).

Most Library materials can be renewed unless someone else is waiting to borrow the material.

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