On Friday, January 24, the library will celebrate the Lunar New Year with festive decorations and treats in the Chinese Herb Library. Stop by the library after 2:30 PM to sample oranges, candies, and other delicious snacks!
The library will be open for limited hours during winter break. If you need a quiet place to study, come see us!
Monday, Dec. 16 – Friday, Dec. 20: 9 AM – 5 PM
Saturday, Dec. 21 – Sunday, Dec. 29: CLOSED
Monday, Dec. 30 & Tuesday, Dec. 31: 9 AM – 5 PM
Wednesday, Jan. 1: CLOSED
Thursday, Jan. 2 & Friday, Jan. 3: 9 AM – 5 PM
Saturday, Jan. 4 & Sunday, Jan. 5: CLOSED
Finals are coming, and the library will be open extra hours to help you get ready to rock your exams. Here are the hours:
Mon 12/2 7 AM-8 PM
Tues 12/3 7 AM-8 PM
Weds 12/4 7 AM-8 PM
Thurs 12/5 7 AM-8 PM
Fri 12/6 7 AM-8 PM
Sat 12/7 9 AM-6 PM
Sun 12/8 10 AM-6 PM
Mon 12/9 7 AM-8 PM
Tues 12/10 7 AM-8 PM
Weds 12/11 7 AM-8 PM
Thurs 12/12 7 AM-8 PM
Fri 12/13 7 AM-6 PM (regular hours)
Don’t worry about memorizing it, though, because we’ll post them in the library, too!
The NUNM Library will be open for limited hours during Thanksgiving week.
Monday, Nov. 25 : 9 AM – 5 PM
Tuesday, Nov. 26 : 9 AM – 5 PM
Wednesday, Nov. 27 : 9 AM – 5 PM
Thursday, Nov. 28 : CLOSED
Friday, Nov. 29 : CLOSED
Saturday, Nov. 30 : CLOSED
Sunday, Dec. 1 : CLOSED
The library will be holding two citation manager workshops to help you get started on the right foot!
- Need help downloading a citation manager?
- Not sure how to save articles to your citation manager?
- How do you make a bibliography?
- What the heck is a citation manager?!
If you’ve had any of these questions (or any other questions about citation managers), please drop by the library during one of these workshops:
Tuesday, Sept. 24: 12-1 PM
Thursday, Sept. 26: 12-1 PM
Can make it to one of these sessions? Please email Leah at email@example.com to schedule a one-on-one appointment.
During the July beak, your intrepid librarians shifted the entire collection and sorted a portion of it onto carts to be relocated. Once the summer term started, the compact shelving was removed and transported to another room in the Academic Building.
This created an open area in the back room that we soon filled with new benches, carrels, and tables. We also have new paint, new lighting, and a lot of new plants.
The book collection in the stacks has been condensed, but your old standbys are still there—our priority was to keep high-demand items and key subject areas available in the way you’re used to. Updated call number signs on the ends of the shelves will guide you to the materials.
We hope you enjoy the open, airy feeling and the extra study space. Please let us know what you think.
For the next two weeks, the library will follow special hours until the new term starts:
We will be closed for three Saturdays—August 31, September 7, and September 14—and for Labor Day. During the week, we’ll be open 9am – 5pm for September 3 – 6 and September 9 – 13. Normal hours will resume on September 16.
Hope you get to enjoy these dog days of summer!
During the July beak, your intrepid librarians shifted the entire collection and sorted a portion of it onto carts to be relocated. Once the summer term started, the compact shelving was removed and transported to another room in the Academic Building (more on that later), creating an open area that will soon become student study space. The remaining shelving was standardized in color—strategic swaps with the compact shelving helped a lot—and new end panels were installed. Painting went quickly, and you can get a sense of the color scheme in the photo gallery below.
Next up, new and better lighting fixtures. Lighting installation is taking a bit longer than originally planned, so we have updated the project calendar in the central hallway to help you visualize the schedule. Please be aware that during the lighting phase of the project, the shelves are wrapped for protection, so we cannot access materials in the stacks.
While the back room is closed, we have a special Remodel Redirect (PDF) flyer to help you find library materials or places to study. If you need a printed copy to take with you, you’ll find them near the crosswords at the circulation desk.
We have BoardVitals to help NUNM students prep for the NPLEX Part 1 and NPLEX Part 2. BoardVitals provides an interactive online question bank with up-to-date explanations from top naturopathic educators and literature with answers, detailed feedback and assessment of your progress. It is accessible at any time, anywhere from any device with a wireless connection making it perfect for students on the go. It is available to students and faculty with access on-campus and off-campus.
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Students, you asked for this, and it’s happening! This coming summer, we will be remodeling the back room of the library to create more study space.
- Seldom-used materials in the collection will move to another room in the building. You will be able to request these items for checkout as needed.
- Result: 40% more study space!
- The entire back room will get a facelift, including new lighting and paint.
Closures — Please PLAN AHEAD for alternate study space if needed!
- Friday, June 28: the back room will be closed starting at 2 PM.
- July 1-5: the entire library will be closed the first week of July.
- Month of July: back room closed.
Access to Collections — Please PLAN AHEAD and check out needed materials ahead of time!
- Materials in the back room will be off limits starting the afternoon of June 28, through the month of July.
- Board exam study materials will be available in the front room.
Questions? Library staff are here to answer them. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.