Did you know that the Manassas Campus Library has 6 different anatomical models for you to use while studying for your biology, anatomy or psychology courses? In addition to Dr. Lecter (our skeleton), we have models of the human heart, brain, eye, ear, and nose (with sinuses!) for you to use in the library.
Well actually, thanks to the Manassas Campus Green Club, it is! Club members have purchased and begun potting new plants for the library to help beautify our space and clean the air, naturally! Stop in sometime to see the new additions to our space. If you are interested in joining the green club, or getting more information, you can contact faculty advisor, Dr. Harvey, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s the end of the semester, so it’s time for all those group projects, papers, and presentations! If you’re working hard at the Manassas Campus Library, you’ll be rewarded! We will have food and drinks for you each morning and evening this week. Take a break from your studies and cuddle with one of our therapy dogs, coming to the library 12/6 and 12/7 from 1-4pm! We have coloring and puzzles as well. See you there! Good luck on finals!
The Learning and Technology Resources division at NOVA Manassas is hosting an Academic Success Festival to make sure you have the assistance and resources to make it through the semester. If you didn’t have a chance to grab bingo card, pizza, and some NOVA swag today, don’t worry, you have another chance tomorrow from 11 AM to 3 PM! Here are some photo highlights from Day One:
We hope to see you with a Bingo card in the library tomorrow!
Meet Anikka, our newest Library Specialist. She is a friendly face you’ll be seeing very often at the front desk!
And this is Philippe, our newest Librarian! She will be here in the evenings and many Saturdays to help you with research and any other questions you may have.
Be sure to visit the library and say Hello! While you’re there, please help us name our skeleton! We have a suggestion box available for you creative ideas!! The skeleton, along with various other anatomical models are available for use in the library. These models can be especially helpful if you are in a Biology or Anatomy and Physiology class!
Well, it’s that time of year again. Time to fight for parking spots, look for the cheapest textbook rental, and visit your favorite library! (That’s us, if you weren’t aware)
Here are our regular hours for the Fall Semester:
Monday-Thursday 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
We will be closed for Labor Day (Monday, September 5)
We wish you a wonderful start to your semester!