WCU students, faculty, and staff are invited to tour Hunter Library’s new Scholar Studio Wednesday, October 24, at 1:00 p.m. during the grand opening ceremony on the library main floor. A welcome address and ribbon cutting will kick off the event and attendees will enjoy refreshments and view demonstrations of… Read more »
Hunter Library’s 5th annual Long Night Against Procrastination (LNAP) event is returning Tuesday, October 23, from 8 p.m. to midnight. Librarians will be available past reference desk hours for research assistance. The event will include free food and coffee, coloring and games for study breaks, and other fun activities for… Read more »
Hunter Library’s first floor has undergone several renovations this year. The former microfilm viewing area was transformed into group study space with large tables, restaurant-style booths, updated lighting, and additional electrical outlets. The bound periodical collection is being condensed to make room for additional group study furnishings. Current and bound periodical… Read more »
Hunter Library recently introduced a brand new Summon Service discovery tool called OneSearch. The tool allows users to search for articles, books, E-books, and media items simultaneously through the search box featured on the library’s homepage. OneSearch also directs users to library information relevant to particular keyword queries, including specific… Read more »
Forgot your Cat Card to check out library materials? Need articles for research on the go? Download Hunter Library’s new mobile application for easy access to online resources and services. In addition to providing a digital library card, the application allows users to check library hours, reserve study space, search… Read more »
Need to concentrate on a research project? Hunter Library now offers individual, short-term study rooms to students and faculty. Rooms may be reserved online up to two weeks in advance to meet private study space needs. Use the Location menu to review available rooms by library user group. The library… Read more »
Hunter library employees greeted new and returning students outside the building during the third annual Welcome Booth event. During the first three days of the semester, staff were available to help students locate their classes, navigating campus services, or exploring what the library has to offer.