As RIT Libraries staff prepare for the construction of the Innovative Maker and Learning Complex (IMLC) and associated renovation of Wallace Library, updates on the project and its impact on library services, spaces, and resources will be provided here.
Library Books Moving to Offsite Collections
Approximately 164,000 books are being relocated from Wallace Library to Offsite Collections between late January and early April, 2021. Once relocated, books will be available by request within one business day.More Information ›
RIT Archives Relocating
RIT Archive Collections will be temporarily relocated for the duration of construction. As of February 1, 2021, the Archives’ location on the third floor of Wallace Library is closed and some services are paused until further notice.
The Archives Reading Room is closed. No appointments are available to access the physical collections as they are being carefully packed and relocated. Archivists will evaluate teaching requests that can be accommodated virtually on a case-by-case basis.
Reference service remains available via email, phone, or chat, but may be limited by what materials are available digitally. Archivists have been making more digital materials accessible publicly on RIT Digital Collections. If you do not find what you are looking for there, contact RIT Archives to ask if it is available digitally in internal files. No new digitization requests will be processed.
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