Located in Romuald Hall
7:30 a.m. - 4:45 p.m., Monday through Thursday
7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Friday
- General books: Although students are encouraged to return books as soon as they are no longer needed, there are no fines for overdue books. Final report cards, however, will be held for any student with outstanding checkouts at the end of the year.
- Reference books: $1.00 per day
Expected Student Behavior
- adhere to the honor code
- maintain respect for everyone
- eat only in the cafeteria
- return chairs and materials to their places
- follow the acceptable use policy when using the computers
In addition to books, the center contains computers and reference materials for students to use before, during and after school.
The vision for the Media Center is to develop a community of life-long readers and learners who are able to effectively find, evaluate and use the wide variety of information resources and technologies available to them. Faculty and staff provide individual guidance, formal instruction and appropriate resources to ensure that students will become lifelong learners, independent thinkers and responsible citizens, who are capable of finding and evaluating information, using technology effectively and responsibly, and reading for pleasure and personal enrichment. To this end, a comprehensive collection of print resources, a computer lab with access to several databases, and a continually growing collection of current fiction, periodicals and newspapers are provided.