We talked with author David Small about his creative process before his talk on Wednesday, Oct. 20, at 7 p.m. at the Fetzer Center. David will join his wife, Sarah Stewart, and archivist and rare book dealer Gerald W. Cloud for a special evening about David and Sarah's lives, work and archive.
We chatted with author and WMU alumnus Jerjuan Howard about his new book, "A Message to Black College Students." Jerjuan recently returned to WMU for a book reading and discussion in Waldo Library.
This fall, the University Libraries will transform the Swain Education Library into a space for student programming and academic support. Located in Sangren Hall, Swain will now host campus partners focused on peer tutoring, global and community engagement and student entrepreneurship, in addition to continued space for library instruction and events.
The more than 41,000 items in the University Libraries' special collections will move from Waldo Library to the Zhang Legacy Collections Center on Oakland Drive. The move is expected to be completed in September.
The University Libraries ended laptop checkouts on July 20, 2021. If you currently have a laptop checked out through this program, contact User Services at (269) 387-5059 regarding your renewal and return options.
Waldo Library and Zhang Legacy Collections Center will be fully reopening this fall. If you are a WMU faculty member or instructor, check out this post to learn about what you can expect in our libraries.
The Board of Trustees Fountain in the plaza outside of Waldo Library is getting a facelift this summer. This renovation project will impact some typical access routes to the Library.
Guidelines have changed to limit the records accepted into the WMU Archives. Documents with historical significance or records that must be retained for eight or more years will continue to be received.
University Libraries is removing several return dropboxes from across campus in order to keep library employees and our community healthy and safe.