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Welcome. This page is designed to provide a quick guide to library services available to DeSales University students, whether they are online or attending classes on one of our campuses.
Last Updated: Jul 18, 2011 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Getting material from other libraries


Need a journal
article which
the library does
not have in full
text? Click here
to request it
from another

Need a book which
 Trexler Library does
not own? Click here
to request it from
another library.


Research Questions?

Library related questions? Comments?

Meet the Library Staff

Welcome to the Virtual Services of Trexler Library.

Our public services staff is ready and willing to help you take advantage of our
research services. We can save you time finding and using resources for your
assignments and projects. Call or email us early in your research process. 



Debbie Malone
Library Director
(610)282-1100 ext. 1253
Hrs: 9am to 5pm M-F


Michele Mrazik
Public Services Librarian
(610)282-1100 ext. 1612
Hrs: 10:30am to 6:30pm M-Th
1pm -9pm Fri


Loretta Ulincy
Public Services Librarian
(610)282-1100 ext. 1346
Hrs. 8:30am to 4:30pm Tues-Sat

Lynne Kvinnesland
Public Services Librarian
(610)282-1100 ext. 1443
Hrs: 2pm t0 10pm Sun-Thursday


Research Help by Appointment
DeSales librarians can work with you one-on-one to develop a research strategy and find resources for a paper, presentation, etc.
The service can be provided via email, the phone, and in person in the library. Call or email a Trexler librarian to arrange a convenient time.

Getting Off campus access to library resources

To access Trexler
Library online
resources if you
are not on
campus you will
need your 14 digit library bar code which is displayed in your Web Advisor profile.

Problems accessing
our resources?
Call the circulation
desk at
ext. 1266

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