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  • Need just 1 credit Summer Session? Take LIS 110 online!

    Learn the basics of doing library research, including using databases and writing citations.

    Register April 30th.

    For more info, contact

  • PAC Program for Transfer Students

    Designed to help transfer students, this program establishes a cohort of transfer students who want to intentionally improve their organization and time management skills through connections with other students.

    • Build connections with other students on campus
    • Set goals for the quarter and work toward completing them
    • Hear strategies for success from a variety of campus partners

    For more information, visit Peer Accountability & Connections Program

  • Open education resources
    Open Educational Resources

    Need Open Ed textbooks or other resources? Check out Open Educational Resources guide.

  • Dean of Brooks Library
    Search is on for new Dean of Library Services

    With the retirement of Dean Patricia Cutright, CWU is searching for a new Dean via Storbeck, Pimentel & Associates.  To view the position description, visit Storbeck Pimentel Active Searches

  • Preserving Your Family's Treasures Community Workshop

    Eager to learn how to preserve your family's irreplaceable papers and photographs? Wish to learn about scanning and digitization? Interested in learning how your family's history aligns with the community cultural heritage?

    Join us Saturday, June 16th, for this free community workshop hosted by the CWU Archives and Special Collections! Bring up to 10 papers and photogs to have scanned. Each attendee will be given a preservation kit as well as a flash drive of their scanned items. With written consent, copies of scans may be given to the CWU Archives and Special Collections to preserve in their repository as part of local history.


    Event is free but an RSVP by June 13 is required. Email to reserve your place. Questions? Email or call 509-963-1717.

    Saturday, June 16th

    Brooks Library

    Academic and Research Commons
    1st Floor
    9:00 a.m. - noon

    "This community workshop has been made possible in part by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities: Common Heritage. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this workshop do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.”

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