IPFW has temporarily closed its Walter E. Helmke Library. The closure is expected to last for one year while renovations are completed.
The university says the library will re-open in the Library Services Center, formerly known as the 24/7 computer room, on January 4. All of the Helmke Library services and resources will be available during the renovation.
Some of the changes being made to the library include a new heating and cooling system, upgraded plumbing and restrooms, new LED lighting and new study spaces. The university will also be installing new audio/visual equipment and concierge desks along with a new fire alarm and sprinkler system.
Students can find more information about the project by clicking here.