Extended building hours are back! This quiet week and finals week all students (including RCC, HEC, and local high school students) can access the building beyond normal closing hours. Students must have a student ID to access the library after midnight.

During finals week, the library is open Sunday through Tuesday, 24-hours a day to all students. During each of these 24-hour nights, the Friends of Hannon Library will provide free refreshments including coffee, hot tea, and snacks beginning at midnight in the Rotunda.

Quiet Week Hours

March 10 – 16

Sunday, March 10 – 11 am – 11 pm

Monday, March 11 – 8 am – 2 am*

Tuesday, March 12 – 8 am – 2 am*

Wednesday, March 13 – 8 am – 2 am*

Thursday. March 14 – 8 am – 2 am*

Friday, March 15 – 8 am – 11 pm

Saturday, March 16 – 11 am – 11 pm

*Building closed to non-students after midnight and reopens to non-students at 8 am

Finals Week Hours

March 17 – 22

Sunday, March 17 – 11 am to 24 hours*

Monday, March 18 – open 24 hours*

Tuesday, March 19 – open 24 hours*

Wednesday, March 20 – closes at 2 am*

Thursday, March 21 – 8 am – 2 am*

Friday, March 22 – 8 am – 5 pm

*Building closed to non-students after midnight and reopens to non-students at 8 am

If you have a question about the library’s extended hours, please email Hannon Library at libraryevents@sou.edu. If you need disability accommodations to visit the library, please contact Disability Resources at (541) 552-6213 or dss@sou.edu.

 

In honor of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, which is March 8, Hannon Library is currently presenting two displays that celebrate influential women in history. The display on the first floor was curated by the library’s Government Publications Department and highlights women’s wartime contributions. The display includes documents such as A History of the Women Marines 1946 – 1977, and The U.S. Army and World War II.

The third-floor display showcases both national women’s history as well as a history of women at Southern Oregon University. Featuring titles written by or about powerful women including The Legacy of Ruth Bader GinsburgIf Your Back’s Not Bent: The Role of the Citizenship Education Program in the Civil Rights Movement, and Women in Science, this exhibit curates books from the library’s collection that are available to borrow. The display also highlights items on loan from the Women’s Resource Center and features the National Women’s History Alliance honorees.

The displays will be available for viewing throughout the month of March. If you have a question about the Women’s History month exhibits, please email Hannon Library at libraryevents@sou.edu. If you need disability accommodations to visit and view the displays, please contact Disability Resources at (541) 552-6213 or dss@sou.edu.