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McGraw-Page Library News & Updates

NEW! Library Lockers

by Nancy Falciani-White on 2021-10-01T11:13:54-04:00 | Comments

McGraw-Page Library is excited to announce that we now have 15 lockers available!

No need to carry all your things around with you all day long. Leave what you don't need immediately in one of our lockers. Perfect for commuter students or students whose classes are located far from where they're living.

Lockers are located on the 2nd floor of the McGraw-Page Library, near the bottle filling station and restrooms. They are available on a first-come, first-served basis. If there's a key in the lock, you can use the locker. 

When you are done:

  • Empty the locker,Grey lockers against a white wall, near a couch and armchair
  • Put the lock back on the locker, and
  • Leave the key for the next user.

 

Please remember:

  • Lockers are intended for short-term use.
  • You may store food, but please do not leave food in the lockers overnight.
  • The McGraw-Page Library reserves the right to inspect the contents of any locker at any time.
  • Randolph-Macon College assumes no responsibility for the contents of library lockers.

 

Have comments about locker size, location, or policies? Email library [at] rmc.edu. We welcome your feedback!


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