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Memorial Course Reserves

What are Course Reserves?

Course Reserves are materials accessible through the library or library website to support classroom instruction. They are chosen by instructors and may be owned by the library or may be personal copies of that instructor. The materials are held at the information desk and are circulated for a shorter period of time (generally 2 hours or 3 days) to ensure timely access for all users.

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Memorial Course Reserves

The Memorial Course Reserves program is now offered to continue with the mission and sentiment of the Memorial Book Program. In this program, Juniata honors the memory of a deceased family member of employees of the college by sponsoring a donation to the library collection. The library course reserves are the most used collection and which support student needs by making course materials more accessible.

The purpose of our reserve collection is to:

  • Support the needs of currently enrolled students at Juniata College
  • Provide convenient, efficient, and timely access to high-demand materials; and
  • Protect rare or high-use materials to ensure continued access

 The names below are those whose memory we honor through this collection.


In Memory Of

Martin Charles Wlazlak
James William Hood