Impact change! Have Your Voice Heard and Help Shape the Future of the Library!

The Library is looking for your feedback! We invite students, staff, and faculty to take the 2014 Library Survey online, available through March 14, 2014.

This is your chance to tell us how you’d like your Library to be and how we can best serve the Purchase community. Your suggestions on past surveys have led directly to improvements in the Library, such as:

  • increased Library hours
  • institution of Quiet Zones
  • addition of comfortable new seating
  • installation of vending machines
  • reorganization of our film collections
  • separated, browsable music collection

Just provide your email address at the bottom of the survey to be entered to win one of many prizes. All survey responses are anonymous. Your email address will not be connected to your responses. Only current Purchase College students are eligible to win prizes; however, faculty and staff are welcomed and encouraged to share their input with us as well.

Prizes include:
One Kindle Paperwhite
Four $25.00 Dining Dollar “certificates” from the PCA
Two $50.00 Gift Certificates to Trattoria632
Four $25.00 Gift Certificates to the Purchase Country Market
Brunch for Two at Doral Arrowwood
Two $30.00 Gift Certificates to the Cobble Stone Restaurant
Purchase College Gear Basket from the campus bookstore

Please take the Library Survey!

We are grateful for your feedback. Thank you to those who have already taken the survey!


About Kim

Art Librarian at Purchase College Library

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