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Welcome to the Mondor-Eagen Library. This two-level facility located in the center of campus was built in 1982 and named in honor of Sister Marie Anne Eva Mondor, the first President of the College, and Sister Marie Rose Isabel Eagen, the first Registrar.
An integral part of the Anna Maria learning community, the library provides access to a wide array of academic resources (many available online 24/7); experienced information specialists committed to helping students and faculty find the information they need; the latest research tools, and a facility conducive to individual study or group work.
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|Interlibrary Loan (ILL) Services
Interlibrary Loan (ILL) services are available to current AMC students, faculty, administrators and staff, who need research materials not held by the library or unavailable via the C/W MARS/Virtual Catalog system. When the requested item arrives, notification will be made via voice or e-mail. The pick up location is the Mondor-Eagen Library Circulation Desk. Please allow 10-14 days for items to be received.
For more information or questions about Interlibrary Loan, contact us by phone (508) 849-3407 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fill out the Interlibrary Loan form to make your request.
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