Monthly Archives: August 2017

#MoveInMiami Campaign

Move In Miami Campaign banner

#MoveInMiami is a 24-hour fundraising campaign that occurs every year on Miami’s Move In Day in Oxford. The campaign is designed to “Move Miami Forward” and that is what these funds do for our regional students and our campuses.

During the #MoveInMiami campaign, you can choose a specific department or program to donate towards. Please consider donating to Rentschler Library during this campaign. The funds raised during the campaign go towards programming in the library like our Open House, which gives students a chance to enjoy donuts and coffee while chatting with library staff and learning about services the library offers.

To donate to Rentschler Library, please visit: www.givetomiamioh.org/regionallibraries, and fill in your donation amount next to “Rentschler Library Gift Fund-Hamilton Campus”.

The Regionals have set 5 milestone goals. Each time we meet a milestone, a $5 match will be applied to each gift of $10 or more. And, if we reach 500 gifts, the fund with the most gifts will receive a $1,000 donation from Interim Dean Cathy Bishop-Clark.

For more information about the campaign at the Regionals, visit: www.miamioh.edu/regionals/moveinmiami

Pardon our mess…

picture of empty computer carrels

Rentschler Library is getting new computers and some new furniture! While that’s happening, please excuse our mess!  Workers will be breaking down old computer carrels (at left) starting Aug. 18, assembling new computer tables, and setting up/installing other cool furniture. We will be open while this is going on (8am – 5pm Monday-Friday). The first batch of new computers has already been set up in our classroom (SCH 213).

pay for print station

One of the pay-for-print stations (at left) was also temporarily moved nearer to the individual study rooms.

In the meantime, if you need to use a computer, there are several groupings of them in the main part of the library, or you can use the new computers in our classroom. All of the computers are connected to printing so that you can print course schedules and any other documents you need.