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Get a Public Library Card!

Washington County Residents:  Apply online for a WCCLS Online Library Card.

Their website states that a WCCLS E-Access library card provides immediate access to:

  • download e-books and audiobooks
  • access online resources
  • reserve a Cultural Pass (must be age 18 or older)

If you already have a WCCLS library card, you currently have access to these things.


You'll have access to thousands of ebooks, films, and audiobooks not in Catlin Gabel's collection!
May 2020 Update:  For now, during the MultCoLib closure, you can sign up for a 6 month temporary library card using an online form.  You'll have access to thousands of ebooks and audiobooks through their Overdrive program.  Sign up, and watch your email for a reply with your new card number.

Library Info

NEW HOURS!

Mon., Tues. & Thurs., 7:30am to 4:30pm
Wed., 9am-4:30pm (Late Start Wednesdays)
Fri., 7:30am-4pm 

Closed on non-school days. 

Summer Borrowing

Summer Borrowing 

is an annual tradition in the US Library. We're making it happen in spite of Covid-19!
All returning US Students and Schoolwide Employees Can Borrow REAL PRINT BOOKS now through June 12th, 2020.
How it works:  We'll coordinate a bag of books for you to pick up on your pickup/dropoff date:

  • Friday, June 19 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.: Student Last Names A – M
  • Monday, June 22 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.: Student Last Names N – Z

HOW to REQUEST BOOKS for pickup:

Your US Librarian

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Sue Phillips
Contact:
Upper School Library
503.297.1894 x4550 (circulation desk); (503)297-1894 x4100 (voicemail)

US Associate Librarian

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Derek King
Contact:
(503) 297-1894 x 4100