Waldo Library’s main entrance will be temporarily closed due to construction near Stewart Tower starting August 2. Waldo will remain open during construction and visitors can enter through the University Computing Center's southwest entrance.
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 University Libraries has announced operating hours and details about what to expect at Waldo Library this fall.
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.
The Swain Education Library, located in Sangren Hall, will remain a part of the University Libraries’ facilities and continue to be a student-oriented space.
We've seen an influx of questions about where to return rented textbooks, iClickers and other equipment. Find out what items should and shouldn't be returned to Waldo 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.