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What's New and News at Roesch Library?

By Katy Kelly


Reserve a study room or team room online! Go to to make your reservation. 

Check out a button maker to make your own pins or magnets. 1.25” and 2.25” makers are available for three days at a time; supplies for 50 included.

Interact with Concourse D, a prototype of a project development studio on the second floor. This concept was created by 12 UD students in the summer Collaboration Accelerator 3.0 program offered by IACT, the Institute of Applied Creativity for Transformation.


Our Roesch Refresh project begins in December. This three-phase renovation of the first and second floors will improve library spaces and services. Stay tuned to our project updates by visiting the project website or following us @roeschlibrary.

The magazines you know and love, now available digitally through Flipster. Download the app or read online. Titles include Ebony, Mother Jones, the New York Times Review of Books, Forbes, Discover, Inc., Kiplinger’s Personal Finance and much, much more

Browse our extensive DVD collection, now located on the 6th floor.

Mark your calendar

Sept. 17

Constitution Day: Celebrate the ratification of the U.S. Constitution.

Sept. 13 Oct. 9

Exhibit: It Is Time To Effect A Revolution: Selections from the Rose Rare Book Collection and University of Dayton Collections First-floor gallery

Sept. 21

International Day of Peace

Sept. 24 30

Banned Books Week: Celebrating your right to read!

Sept. 25 Nov. 10

Exhibit: Symbols of Grace Marian Library gallery


LGBTQI History Month

Oct. 23 Dec. 1

The Grand Canal and Its Historical Reflections, sponsored by the University of Dayton China Institute First-floor gallery

Oct. 23 29

Open Access Week: Promoting open access as the new default in scholarship and research

Nov. 16

International Day of Tolerance

Nov. 27 Jan. 5

Exhibits: At the Manger


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