Recommendation for Library Purchase

To suggest the purchase of library materials, click on the appropriate subject area and fill out the form that appears. When you have completed the form, click on the “Submit Request” button at the bottom of the form. Your recommendation will be forwarded to the appropriate subject librarian. If your request does not match one of the subject areas below, please send it directly to Susan Davi, Head, Collection Development Department.

The Library welcomes suggestions for books, journals, media, electronic media, microforms, and journal backfiles. The Library reserves the right to make all decisions on what to purchase but will try to fulfill as many appropriate requests as possible.

If you have questions, please call Collection Development at 831-6948 or e-mail Collection Development or the appropriate subject librarian.

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Last modified: 10/29/14