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Strosacker Library - Michigan Campus
Last Updated: Jul 10, 2014 URL: http://northwood.libguides.com/strosackerlibrary Print Guide Email Alerts

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Library Hours

Hours vary during final exams and compressed sessions.  See Blackboard FYI’s for changes.

Regular Hours
Monday 8:00am-11:00pm
Tuesday         8:00am-11:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am-11:00pm
Thursday 8:00am-11:00pm
Friday 8:00am-6:00pm
Saturday 12:00pm-6:00pm
Sunday 2:00pm-11:00pm
 

Library Services

Login below to Blackboard for Library Services

http://my.northwood.edu/

  • Valcat Catalog - searches for books in our library and the surrounding areas
  • Database access - searches various databases for periodicals and newspaper articles
  • Online library card registration

On-Site

  • Books, Magazines, and Newspapers
  • Reference Help - drop in or make an appointment to work with Librarians for research help
  • Copier, scanner, computers, printers, and Wi-Fi available
  • Reserve materials including copies of the most recent Omniquest selection

 

 

Staff

Rochelle Zimmerman Reference Librarian zimmerma@northwood.edu 989-837-4275
Rebecca Grai    Head of Circulation grai@northwood.edu 989-837-4333
Emily Duby Technical Services duby@northwood.edu 989-837-4278
Marcia Haywood Library Assistant haywoodm@northwood.edu 989-837-4271
 

Strosacker Library

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Strosacker Library
Contact Info
Strosacker Library
4000 Whiting Dr
Midland, MI 48640
989-837-4333
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Library Information

The Strosacker Library was established in 1969.  It was named after Charles J. Strosacker, a Midland citizen. 

We have a collection of 30,000+ books, over 200 magazine titles and local and national newspapers.  Our digital collection boasts over 40 databases. 

The unique thing about our library is that we have sectioned off our books into a regular collection and nine alcoved collections.  These special collections group together many of our majors, such as Accounting, Fashion and Hotel & Restaurant--among others.

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