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September 1st, 2015
How time flies! It is with the warmest wishes that the librarians and staff of the Van Houten Library welcome you to the fall 2015 semester. We are excited to cheer everyone on as we begin the new academic year. As always, … Continue reading... read more!
August 27th, 2015
Fall semester hours begin on Tuesday September 1st. The hours are Monday to Thursday from 7:30 am to 11:45pm, Friday 7:30 am to 7:45pm, Saturday 10 am to 8:45pm and Sunday 1pm to 11:45pm. View the full “calendar ” for … Continue reading... read more!
August 10th, 2015
Start learning a new language today for FREE! Rosetta Stone is FREE to all NJIT students, faculty, and staff. Visit the NJIT library website and type “Rosetta Stone” in the “Ask the library” question box or check the database list. … Continue reading... read more!