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VCU Libraries operations: COVID-19

All VCU libraries' buildings have reopened to the publicWe welcome VCU students, faculty, and staff, as well as Friends of VCU Libraries, registered VCU alumni users, individuals affiliated with other academic institutions, and members of the general public engaged in academic pursuit or who are attending a VCU Libraries event. In the event of confirmed COVID-19 cases, we will post timely information about space closures and service updates

Robust online services continue to be available to support research and alternative instruction, including access to the libraries' extensive online collections of e-books, licensed streaming media, digitized primary resources, and journal articles.

Masking indoors has been reinstated throughout the university and remains in effect for health system facilities. VCU Libraries users are required to wear a face covering while using library buildings.

Need vaccine? Learn how to get your shot at Vaccinate.Virginia.gov or call 1-877-VAX-IN-VA. Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Language translation available, TTY users dial 7-1-1.

Last updated: 09/20/2021

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Library spaces

Cabell Library and the Health Sciences Library are currently open.

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Online help is available!

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Our librarians work as liaisons in specific units - schools, departments, colleges, centers and programs. These subject-matter experts provide many services online, including instruction, in-depth research assistance and collection development support.

Access to resources

Events

VCU Libraries events continue in various modes: online, in person, or hybrid.

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We will keep this page up to date. You can also follow @VCULibraries on Twitter and Facebook for updates.

Up to date information about COVID-19 and VCU's response is available at VCU's coronavirus (COVID-19) webpage.

VCU COVID-19 cases can be tracked at the VCU COVID-19 dashboard.

For detailed information about the COVID-19 disease, visit VCU Libraries Research Guide on COVID-19.

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