Author: Alexis Burson

Alexis Burson Humanities and Social Sciences Librarian Reference, Instruction and Academic Engagement DePaul University Libraries 2350 N. Kenmore Ave. Chicago, IL 60614-3210 (773) 325-7833

Spring Break and Easter Hours

Congratulations on successfully completing another quarter. The following hours will apply during spring break, Good Friday and Easter Weekend. Spring Break The DePaul University Library will continue in-person and online services during spring break from Monday, March 22 through Friday, March 26 with reduced weeknight hours. Extended online hours will

Library Closed December 23 to January 3

We’ll be on vacation during the holiday break (Thursday December 23 through January 3) and look forward to working with your again January 4. Library users will continue to have access to digital content, including full-text articles, e-books and digital media titles including streaming audio and video. Research research guides and tutorials are available

DePaul University Library Closed due to Stay-at-Home Advisory

In light of Mayor Lightfoot’s Stay-at-Home-Advisory urging Chicagoans “to stay at home in response to the rapid rise of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in the city…” and the recent announcement made by DePaul University administration announcing DePaul building closures and restrictions, the DePaul University Library will be physically closed now

Closed Labor Day

The DePaul University Library will be closed Monday September 7 in recognition of Labor Day. Library users will continue to have access to digital content, including full-text articles, e-books and digital media titles including streaming audio and video. Research assistance will also remain available through online research guides and tutorials.

Library reboot

New and Improved Library Systems Now Available

The DePaul University Library is excited to announce our new and improved library systems, which replaces the WorldCat Discovery search and back-end software, Voyager. Our new user experience, identified as “LibrarySearch” on our homepage, will provide a more seamless discovery of our print materials, electronic journal articles, e-books and more