Go Wolves! The Progression of Our Mascot is an exhibit at the Werner University Center for Homecoming 2016. The exhibit is curated by the University Archives and Student Engagement/Student Activity Board staff, and sponsored by the Hamersly Exhibit Program and the WOU Alumni Association. It features the heads of the last four mascots and a summer photo session with the all five Wolves on parade.
It will be on display until Tuesday, Oct. 25th. Check it out today!
Hamersly will close at 5pm on Wednesday, Nov. 23rd and will be closed all day Thursday-Saturday, Nov. 24th-26th.
Starting Sunday, Nov. 27th, we go back to our normal hours – open noon to midnight.
You can always find our hours on our calendar.
Starting Wednesday, November 30th, Hamersly and The Press cafe are both open longer for your finals study sessions.
The main portion of the library will stay open until 1 a.m. (9 p.m. on Friday and Saturday) through next Wednesday, Dec 7th, and HL 107 will remain open as additional 24-hour study space. Access to HL 107 is through the 24-hour student lounge. The Press will be open until 10pm during the week, shorter hours Fri-Sun.
See the full schedule here.
Great news – this year you’ll be able to get your caffeine needs met in the library cafe on Fridays and Sundays, too. Standard operating hours for The Press during the 2016-2017 school year are below:
- Sunday: noon-5pm
- Monday-Thursday: 9am-8pm
- Friday: 9am-3pm
Welcome to campus, new students! Learn more about the WOU library at one or all of the #WOUNSW sessions below (see your New Student Week book for full descriptions):
–>Insider Library Tours – for students by students
Tues. 9/20, 9am-12:30pm, Hamersly Library &
Fri. 9/23, 10am-4pm, Hamersly Library
–>You Want Me To Read What?
Wed. 9/21, 9-10am, WUC Calapooia Room &
Fri. 9/23, 12:30-1:30pm, WUC Calapooia Room
–>The Perfect Road Sign
Wed. 9/21, 10:15-11:15am, Hamersly Library room 108
–>Reading, Research, Writing, and ‘Rithmetic – What the library can do for you
Wed. 9/21, 12:45-1:45pm, WUC Calapooia room
Congrats on making it through another academic year! FYI, the library’s hours are different during the summer – all the way until late September when fall term 2016 begins. Here are our general summer hours:
–>During intersessions: Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm; closed Sat-Sun
–>During summer terms: Mon-Wed, 7:30am-9pm; Thurs-Fri 7:30am-5pm; closed Sat; Sun 5pm-9pm
There are a few exceptions to the above, so if in doubt always check the library’s calendar at wou.edu/library/hours/
The Press will be closed all summer. Check this webpage for updates on when it will re-open and fall term hours. Happy summer!
Hamersly and The Press are both open later this week and next for your studying and caffeine needs. We will also have a bigger 24-hour space open for those who want to stay even later than our extended hours allow.
Wednesday, June 1st through Wednesday, June 8th, the main portion of the library will close at 1 a.m. (9 p.m. on Friday and Saturday), but HL 107 will remain open as additional 24-hour study space. Access to HL 107 will be available through the 24-hour student lounge.
The Press will also have extended hours and will be open on Fri and Sun during finals. Click the photo to the left for all the details.
Good luck with finals!
WOU’s Early Music Ensemble directed by Prof. Dirk Freymuth will be holding their spring concert in the Hamersly Library lobby on Friday, May 20th at 7:30pm.
They will be performing “La Spagna,” Renaissance music from Spain and the Netherlands.
Tickets are $6 for adults, $3 for seniors, free for WOU students (with an ID). For more info contact (503) 838-8275. Hope to see you there!
The Press, Hamersly’s new cafe, is officially open for business. Its hours will be Mon-Thurs 8am-8pm, and Sun 3pm-8pm, closed Fri and Sat.
Thanks for all your patience as this project was completed. We hope you like having this new spot to study, catch up with friends, and get some much-needed caffeine while you’re hard at work in the library.
Our Spring 2016 exhibits are up for you to enjoy! Exhibit artists include Suellen Johnson (former WOU faculty), Huaqing Li (visiting Chinese scholar), Kun Wu (visiting Chinese Scholar), Yangfeng Wei (visiting Chinese Scholar), and Chauwen Zhang.
Click on the poster for more details about this term’s exhibits.