Campbell Library strives to provide excellent services, resources, collections and facilities based on student needs. Thanks to previous feedback from students, upgrades have happened throughout the building, including the 2nd floor updated study rooms.
To continue improving student experience, the library has formed the Campbell Student Advisory. The mission of Campbell Student Advisory is to give students an active voice for library improvement by gathering feedback on the services, programs, resources, collections and facilities of Keith & Shirley Campbell Library. Student advisors are an integral part of library outreach and engagement on the Glassboro campus. An ideal council member is an actively involved Rowan student who can commit to attending 2-6 meetings per academic year.
The Advisory aims to have student representation from all parts of the Rowan community, with members from a variety of majors, athletic teams, and organizations. The advisory plans to meet two to six times per academic year. Members will represent the library and share information with other students about library services and programs. Advisory members are a critical part in library outreach and engagement on the Glassboro campus.
This year’s first meeting will be held Wednesday, October 17 at 11:00 AM on the 3rd floor of Campbell Library, Conference Room 326. To learn more about Campbell Student Advisory, please visit our PROFlink page.
For questions about the advisory, please contact:
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