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T. J. Jones Library: Contact

Service Alert

ALERT:

If you are experiencing difficulty with login/authentication issues when trying to access databases or eBooks, please contact North Central University IT at 612-343-4170. 

We apologize for the inconvenience! If you have contacted IT and the issue persists, please email the T.J. Jones Library team at reference@northcentral.edu. We are happy to help however we can!

 

Contact Us

Help Desk & Checkout 

Phone: (612) 343-4492                                                

Reference
E-mail: reference@northcentral.edu

Location

Mailing Address: 910 Elliot Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55404

Building Address: 915 E 14th St, Minneapolis, MN 55404

 

 

                        

 

Staff Contacts


Rachelle Waldon
Library Director
Phone: 612.343.4494
rjwaldon@northcentral.edu

When I was about four years old, my favorite book to check out from the library was called "Molly Goes to the Library." This must have been a sign of things to come, because ever since then, I have been passionate about libraries and the important roles they play in the community.

I graduated from North Central with a bachelor's in English Literature, and pursued my Master of Library and Information Science from St. Kate's.

Some of my hobbies (aside from reading) include spending time with my husband and our pug, frequenting local bookstores and coffee shops, and baking.

Madisson Coleman
Patron Services Coordinator
Phone: 612.343.4492
mgcolema@northcentral.edu

During my undergrad at North Central, I was able to work as a library assistant at the TJ Jones Library. While I was taking classes on how to become an effective and empathetic educator, I was secretly falling in love with libraries and their importance within the community that they serve.

When I graduated from North Central with my undergrad in secondary education, I knew that there was only one path for me to take: pursue a master’s in Library Science and pursue a career working in this environment that I had grown to love.

When I am not completing my grad work or shamelessly shopping for the next book to add to my ongoing recreation of Beast’s library, you can find me snuggling up with my latest read dreaming of my next adventure in the great wide somewhere.

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