Library, Learning Commons, and Student Disability/Testing Services Information - COVID-19

This guide serves as a resource to update Regis University on operations and services.

General Information

While the Dayton Memorial Library building is closed, we are still here to help you virtually! We encourage users to utilize our online information resources and services, many of which are highlighted in the guide. You will find links to these resources and services on the left.

This guide is designed to provide you with additional information on Library, Learning Commons, and Student Disability Services and University Testing operations and services at this time. This guide will be updated as needed.


UPDATE 3/26/20: Use this alternate interlibrary loan article request form. Our ability to borrow digitized materials is hindered due to the large number of libraries across the United States that have closed.

UPDATE 3/20/20: All borrowing and lending of physical materials from other libraries (ILL and Prospector) has been suspended until further notice due to the large number of libraries that have closed during the pandemic. Patrons are still able to place interlibrary loan requests for digitized materials (such as journal articles). We are requesting due date extensions for any physical materials checked out by our patrons.

Faculty Information

If you have additional questions about services or access to materials that are not addressed in this guide please contact your Liaison Librarian for assistance.

Additional Links to COVID-19 Information

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Research Help Desk hours

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Modified hours:
*subject to change

In compliance with the stay-at-home executive order for Denver, the Library will be closed through at least April 10, 2020. Please check back for updates.

Departmental contacts

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