The University Library is looking for students who are interested in flexible work hours in libraries around campus.
You’ll gain valuable experience and skills working in a friendly, multicultural environment. We tend to have the greatest number of jobs in late August/early September and then at the semester breaks in December/January and April/May, but student positions, both work-study and non-work-study, open up throughout the year, and persistence in stopping by the Library Human Resources office to check for new jobs is the best way to find one.
If you're interested in applying for one of our jobs, please complete the University’s student employment application in Wolverine Access (https://wolverineaccess.umich.edu), under Student Business. Complete the MLibrary application (click here) and bring a printed copy with you in person to:
The Science Library has recently acquired several new online reference works from Wiley. These multi-volume encyclopedia and handbooks allow you to search and download full text articles containing overviews of specific fields, definitions of elusive acronyms, and details pertaining to specific chemical substances and techniques.
We bring old books to life. See them again for the first time.
This Winter semester marks the first anniversary of the opening of the TechDeck located on the first floor of the Shapiro Undergraduate Library. We have had over 1900 patrons since Fall 2009 averaging approximately 427 per month.