Join the UVA Library Council & make the Library an even Better Place

The Library invites all undergrads to register and come to an interest meeting of the UVA Library Student Council on January 29th at 6:00 p.m. in Clemons 407.

Change is coming to Alderman Library in the next few years, and with the renovations to Alderman, other libraries on grounds will change as well. You can be a part of the change by becoming a member of the Library Council.

Make your years at UVA count for years to come, and make the Library the best place it can be. You’ll be able to confer with University Librarian John Unsworth and UVA library staff on ways to make the Library more responsive to UVA’s undergrads, and promote the Library to the University community.

Some of the Library Council’s past projects have included:

  • supplying books for the Multicultural Student Center’s book club initiative
  • providing input on Total Advising—furniture, café options, a proposal for adjustable height tables and seating
  • staying in contact with the Student Council
  • discussing textbook affordability with John Unsworth and the student group United for Undergraduate Socioeconomic Diversity (U-FUSED)
  • hosting a fall social for Library student assistants at Eddy’s on the Corner
  • publicizing UVA’s libraries on the Library Council’s Facebook page
  • sponsoring the 2017 Library Challenge

Food will be provided!

Register now! For more information about the UVA Library Council, contact the council’s advisers Regina Carter and PJ Coleman.

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