The First Annual ‘Hu-eys!

The 1st Annual Friends of the Elihu Burritt Library donor recognition reception, affectionately dubbed the ‘Hu-eys, is coming!

On Friday, September 27, at 5:30 PM, the Friends of Elihu Burritt Library will be recognizing our long-time donors and supporters, and we’d love for you to join the party.

2019 Awardees:

The Consul Award:             David C. Skinner Jr.,  Sherrod E. Skinner, III, and Susann C. Bradley – In recognition of the most generous support of the Library.

The Activist Award:             Francis J. Gagliardi – In recognition of support of the Gender Equity Fund.

The Linguist Award:            Dr. Roger T. and Mary Ann Zieger – In recognition of Faculty support of the Library.

Show how much the Library means to you at this celebration for our donors, students, and everyone who enjoys the benefits.

The event is free but registration is required. Please register HERE

Library Parking Changes

There are many changes to CCSU’s Parking System starting in Fall 2019. The Library lot was closed permanently as of Monday, August 26th to make way for the construction of a new engineering building. To park at CCSU, you’ll need to a color-coded decal on your vehicle that corresponds to the appropriate parking area (pending your status as student, faculty, or staff). Enforcement of the new system begins on Monday, Sept. 16. A new website is available to explain it all & point you to any necessary additional information at:
https://www.ccsu.edu/parking/

Please direct questions to Facilities Management at (860) 832-2301 or visit www.ccsu.edu/parking.

Campus Map with Parking

SAVE THE DATE FOR LIBRARY DONOR RECOGNITION EVENT – September 27, 2019

Please mark your calendar for The Elihu Burritt Library Donor Recognition event 5:30 – 8:00PM, on Friday, September 27th, 2019.  It will be a nice event with music, food, wine and time to socialize.

The Burritt Library is an  essential part of the CCSU campus and is instrumental in student success. The Friends of the Library has many wonderful donors from campus, alumni and the community.

During the DDD campaign one of the donors said: “It is essential that tweeting NEVER replaces reading! Three cheers for libraries!!!”

We want to give special recognition to our most dedicated and generous donors at this special event, and show our appreciation to all of you who use the Library.

More information and invitations will be forthcoming. Have a great Summer!

Friends of the Library Advisory Board

New exhibit: “People of Note… Caricatures and Quotations of Famous Musicians,”

Local artist, Robert Carley, will exhibit in the Elihu Burritt Library, 2nd floor.

The exhibit features120 caricatures and quotations of famous musicians, some will include information about their ties to Connecticut. Major musicians from Louis Armstrong to Mozart to Elton John to ZZ Top are on display. Each caricature is surrounded by their wit and wisdom quotations.

Meet the artist during a reception on Saturday, July 20 from 12 to 2 p.m. and listen to music of acoustic guitarist Jim Hett.

The exhibit can be viewed during the Library’s opening hours.

Library amnesty week

From May 8th-May 15th, it’s Library Amnesty Week!
(Overdue fines for materials that have not already been billed will be forgiven. See the Circulation Desk for more details & don’t forget to return your materials before the semester ends!)

May 8th-May15th – overdue fines for materials not previously billed will be forgiven!