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Each desk has its own hours which are subject to change for holidays and summer semester, etc. Please check the calendar, or click the specific desk calendar icon link.

David Adamany Undergraduate Library Information Desk --
(313) 577-8852 UGL Building Hours

The Library that was designed just for undergraduate students. The materials in the collection have been chosen to support the university's General Education Requirements.

Community Health Information Services (CHIS) --
(313) 577-6666

CHIS, a service of the Shiffman Medical Library, offers timely and reliable health information resources for persons and organizations throughout Michigan

M-Th     9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
F           9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sa        12 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Su        12 p.m. - 6 p.m.

Arthur Neef Law Library Reference Desk --
(313) 577-6180 Law Library Building Hours

The Law Library is noted for its collection of state, federal, and international legal materials. It provides access and services to the faculty and students of the Law School and the University, members of the local/state bar, and people from the community.

Purdy/Kresge Library Reference Desk --
(313) 577-6424 Purdy/Kresge Building Hours

The primary research library for the social sciences, humanities, arts, education, social work and business disciplines at Wayne State University.

Vera P. Shiffman Medical Library Reference Desk --
(313) 577-1094 Shiffman Building Hours

The Medical Library is noted for its collection of health information materials. It provides access and services to the faculty and students of the WSU Medical School and the University, clinician and researchers of the DMC, and members of the community.

The Walter P. Reuther Library of Labor and Urban Affairs Receptionist Desk --
(313) 577-4024

The Walter P. Reuther Library collects and facilitates access to historical documentary evidence in order to inspire academic research, serve the information needs of the community, and build knowledge at Wayne State University.