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What is the Library Student Advisory Committee?

The purpose of the Library Student Advisory Committee is to solicit advice from students in order to improve library  spaces, resources, and services. 


    When does the Committee meet?

    The Library Student Committee meets once each semester for lunch or dinner in the Law Library.  Student members may also be asked to participate in online surveys or small focus groups.


    How do you benefit?

    Participation on the Committee provides you with an opportunity to share your concerns with library administrators about the issues that matter most to you.  Serving on the Committee can also enhance your enhance your resume and provide connections for future references.  There's also the benefit of two free meals! 


    How can I join the Committee?

    If you are interested in becoming a student member of the Library Student Advisory Committee, please fill out and submit the form below. 


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