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Currently, the library building is open to students and faculty only
Please visit the Library Calendar page for our
February hours of operation
until further notice
Saint Leo students, staff, and faculty may be in the building for 2 hours at a time.
There is a 50 person limit on each floor.
Curbside service you can order your books ahead for curbside pickup or have them mailed to you. This is available for community patrons, students, faculty, and staff. Call (352) 588-8476 for more information.
Library and writing support will be open online and via phone, including Sundays
Faculty, staff, and students, as well as our community members:
Academic Affairs and the Daniel A. Cannon Memorial Library are proud to sponsor a panel discussion led by
Dr. Heather Parker, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, with Dr. Pamela Lee, and Dr. Ebony Perez on what it means to be a "Stranger in the Village"
(essay by author James Baldwin), connecting it to the
themes in Hidden Figures, one of this month's
Recharge with Reading book selections.
Join us for food for thought, and an evening of
reflection on this most important topic for
Black History Month.