By popular demand, a set of calendars created in support of the United Way are headed for a second printing. Who’s a good buddy? 2020 features the cats and dogs of University of Waterloo Library and have proved popular across campus.
University of Waterloo Special Collections & Archives has now made available an unparalleled collection of prisoner of war (POW) artifacts, documents and photographs donated by the family of a local Kitchener man.
Do you have overdue or lost Library books? Return them to the Library between Tuesday October 15 and Saturday November 30 and all regular replacement, processing, and overdue* charges will be waived. Limited time offer! Questions? Ask us!
* Does not apply to fines on course reserves, recalled books or inter-library loans (ILL).
The Library is launching a new Library Student Advisory Committee (LSAC). Join your peers and Library staff in shaping and developing Library spaces, services and resources to meet the needs of University of Waterloo’s diverse student community.
Committee members will have the opportunity to communicate student priorities, needs and concerns to the Library, while gaining committee work experience. Active members will recieve a letter of recommendation and dinner will be provided at each meeting.
Apply now! The volunteer application process is open until September 30, 2019.
The Library is pleased to announce the appointment of Meghan Whitfield as Senior Development Officer beginning August 27, 2019. Megan comes to the Library from a leadership role in the University of Waterloo's annual giving program, and brings a wealth of program experience with philanthropy in cultural heritage and academic institutions.