Where do I check out books? (Wait, where can I even FIND a book?)
Where can I find my course reserves? (What ARE course reserves anyway?)
Where are the Hubbard Stacks (and do they really have GLASS floors?)
Find out the answers to these questions and lots of others when you stop by for a 45-minute tour of the Hawthorne-Longfellow Library, led by one of your fellow students and designed especially for first-years on:
Thursday, Sept.13: 4:00-4:45
Wednesday, Sept.19: 3:00-3:45
Tours begin in the H-L Library lobby.
If you can’t make any of these dates, please email your First Year Librarian or Leanne Pander at firstname.lastname@example.org
Study Lounge, basement H-L library
874 is the number of student study spaces in the five libraries (H-L, Art, Music, Science, and Language Media Center). Choose from an ultra-quiet individual study carrel or a colorful, comfy couch or lounge chair–whatever matches your need, your mood or your project!
2nd floor, H-L Library
South Reading Bay, H-L Library
109.5 is the number of hours that the Hawthorne-Longfellow Library is open each week while classes are in session. Not to mention all the branch libraries! For details and to see scheduled hours for each branch library, visit http://library.bowdoin.edu/hours
We extend hours for Reading Period and Exam Week. But thankfully, that’s months away!
… is outside your window?
Search the Birds of North America database for lots of facts about our feathered friends. Just login with your Bowdoin username and password.
We are so glad you’re coming to Bowdoin. We’ve created this blog to introduce us to each other: throughout the summer, we’ll be adding weekly posts to help you get acquainted with the Library. And we hope to hear from you! “Like” us on Facebook; follow us on Twitter! Visit the site often or create an RSS feed to keep learning more about us and the services we have to offer before and after you arrive! Stop in to see us if you are lucky enough to come to Maine this summer.