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Wilberforce University Rembert E. Stokes Library & Information Commons: Home

About

The Rembert E. Stokes Library and Information Commons* is located on the second and third floors of the Stokes Building.  It houses a book collection of more than 70,000 volumes and has various periodicals, pamphlets, and other undergraduate library resources. Electronic resources including e-books, journals and periodicals are available both on and off campus via the internet.

*The library is currently undergoing renovations, remodeling and a reimagining.  Some areas and/or services may be inaccessible at times.  Please bear with us during this process as we work to make important improvements. 

Hours of Operation

During the Semester*

Day Time
Sunday Closed
Monday Virtual by appointment
Tuesday Virtual by appointment
Wednesday Virtual by appointment
Thursday Virtual by appointment
Friday Virtual by appointment
Saturday

Closed

*The library is closed for holidays, breaks, mandatory meetings, and any other time the campus is closed.

Library Catalog

Library

Wilberforce University Stokes Library and Information Commons engages students through bibliographic instruction both on an individual consultation basis as well as class/group sessions by appointment.  Individual computer stations, along with Wi-Fi connection for laptop computers, as well as study tables, allow for a professional student atmosphere.  The Center for Academic Support and Student Success’ Writing Lab and Math Center are housed on the lower floor of the library and provides students with free tutoring and academic coaching.

Archives

The University Archives, located on the lower floor of the library (second floor for the Stokes Building), serves to preserve and make accessible the contributions and significance of Wilberforce University to its community, the State of Ohio, the United States and the world.  It is a closed research collection of institutional memories highlighting the contributions of Wilberforceans and the environs.

Contact

Reference Questions* WUlibrary@wilberforce.edu
Writing Lab WritingLabHelp@wilberforce.edu
Math Center MathCenterHelp@wilberforce.edu
Library Director: Stephenie Rostron, MLIS Srostron@wilberforce.edu

 

*Wilberforce University Virtual Library is ran by the Library Staff and is available to respond during normal business hours.  If you do not receive an initial response within 1 business day (Monday - Friday excluding holidays), please resubmit you reference question.