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Weekend Storm and Arrival Advisory

With a severe winter storm forecast to affect our area during Saturday night and Sunday, students are asked to postpone their return to campus to Monday afternoon or, for those whose class schedules allow, Tuesday. Please do not arrive on campus Sunday, and check back here throughout the storm's duration for the latest advisories. Those students whose travel arrangements do not allow for a return to campus on Monday or Tuesday will be permitted to arrive during the day on Saturday and will be able to access their residential space by ID swipe. (Please note that meal plans go into effect with the Sunday evening meal.)

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The Harrison Libraries consist of the general collection in the Mortensen Library and the music and dance collection in the Allen Library; both are located in the Harry Jack Gray Center. There are six other campus libraries as well.

The Mortensen Library is the general library at the University of Hartford and houses all of the library's collections with the exception of music. The original Mortensen Library was built beginning in 1969, and was expanded as part of the new Harry Jack Gray Center in 1989. An expansion was completed in 2017 to house the Allen Library and allow more study areas for students.

The Allen Library houses music and dance materials and supports The Hartt School programs. It was founded as the Hartt Library in 1938 and is located on the lower level of Harrison Libraries.

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