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Unformatted text preview: withdraw from the College during the academic year must notify the Office of Graduate Student Services in writing. Students are automatically granted a leave of absence for a period of one year if they 2011‐2012 School of Graduate and Professional Studies Student Handbook Page 21 Resources Library Services H. Raymond Danforth Library 196 Bridge Street (Mail to: 98 Bridge Street) Henniker, NH 03242 Phone: 603‐428‐2344 E‐mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.nec.edu/library Chelsea Hanrahan, MLS Graduate and Professional Studies Librarian 603‐428‐2460 email@example.com The H. Raymond Danforth Library, located at the center of campus, is an inviting space to conduct academic research or relax with a good book. The library supports the mission of the College by providing a creative, innovative, and supportive learning environment for the New England College Community. In addition to its traditional mission as a repository for academic‐related materials, the Danforth Library has also taken pains to create a support system for all NEC students, regardless of their location. The library staff is committed to ensuring all of New England College’s patrons have fair and equitable access to the library’s materials and resources, and will enthusiastically assist you with any request. Services The Danforth Library is open almost one hundred hours a week during the school year, and has a reference staff available to assist with research questions, information evaluation and citation help. Assistance is available in person (drop‐in and/or by appointment), by phone at (603) 428‐2344 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition to the reference staff, there is a librarian dedicated to serving the needs of the Graduate Program. The Graduate and Professional Studies Support Librarian, Chelsea Hanrahan, is available to assist students with any questions, and can be reached by email at: email@example.com or by phone at (603) 428‐2460. Materials Books Library materials are primar...
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