Visit Us

All WMU Libraries facilities are temporarily closed through Thursday, May 28, in response to COVID-19 (coronavirus) and to protect the health and well-being of our community.

Find a quiet space to study. Use one of our public computers. See a medieval manuscript. Play a virtual reality game. You can do this and much more when you visit Western Michigan University Libraries.

Hours | Locations | Rooms and Spaces | Computing and Printing | Class Visits

Clock tower at Waldo Library.Hours

Check out the hours that University Libraries are open.

A Bronco Card is required to enter Waldo Library when it’s open after 9 p.m. Waldo Library is open to the public before 9 p.m. on these days.

Waldo Library building in upper left, Maybee Music and Dance Library in upper right, Swain Education Library in lower left and Zhang Legacy Collection Center building in lower right.Locations

Visit one of our four library locations and find the materials, spaces and technology you need.

Study room at Swain Education Library.Rooms and Spaces

Discover our rooms and spaces and find everything from quiet study spots and group study rooms to innovative learning and teaching technologies.

Students sitting at computer workstations in the library.Computing and Printing

Use our computing and printing services to work on your assignments or research projects.

Students visiting the rare book room during a class visit.Class Visits

Schedule a class visit to give your students a hands-on experience with our unique collections or Virtual Reality Lab.

Have questions about visiting University Libraries? Contact us.