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De Paul Library Policies: Welcome

De Paul Library Hours

Fall and Spring Semester Hours:

Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Saturday Closed

Sunday 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Call the Circulation Desk at 913-758-6306 for holiday hours and closings.

Librarians

Danielle Dion, MBA, MLIS, MA
Vice President, Keleher Learning Commons and Student Development
danielle.dion@stmary.edu
913-758-6111

Contact Danielle for division administration needs and suggestions.


Ashley Creek
Director of the Keleher Learning Commons

ashley.creek@stmary.edu
913-758-4329

Contact Ashley for instruction requests, collection suggestions, donations, faculty research needs, circulation related questions, interlibrary loan requests, reserves, as well as to get help with educational technology.

 

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About the De Paul Library

USM's De Paul Library is home to thousands of resources to help all of our students excel, study or research. It's also a perfect place to study.

De Paul Library houses several special collections, including the Bernard H. Hall Abraham Lincoln Collection and the John and Mary Craig Scripture Collection. Tours of Special Collections must be scheduled in advance by calling 913-758-6306.

Community Description

The De Paul Library meets the needs for study and research of USM students, faculty, staff and administration. Library resources are also available to the surrounding local community. In addition, other libraries may request to use materials through interlibrary loan (ILL). The De Paul Library will use ILL as well to access materials from other libraries for its patrons.

USM Mission and Values Statements

Mission Statement

The University of Saint Mary educates students of diverse backgrounds to realize their God-given potential and prepares them for value-centered lives and careers that contribute to the well being of our global society.

Values Statement

The University of Saint Mary believes in the dignity of each person’s capacity to learn, to relate, and to better our diverse world. We value community, respect, justice and excellence.