Contact Us Hammond Public Service Desk: 219-989-2224 Westville Public Service Desk: 219-785-5248 Archives: 219-989-2063 Our Librarians Here is a list of our librarians and their areas of expertise. Sammy Chapman – Business & Science Librarian at 219-989-2903. Liaison for Science, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Management, Mathematics & Computer Science. Sheila Rezak – Education Librarian at […]
Hammond Public Service Desk: 219-989-2224
Westville Public Service Desk: 219-785-5248
Whether you are a PNW Student/Faculty/Staff or community visitor, you can renew your library books
•Online through the Library’s website
•PNW Mobile App (24.7)
•In person with your PUID/Library card number
•Over the phone with your PUID/Library card number
Did you know the library has a collection of DVD/VHS? We have a designated area of the library where you can browse our collection of instructional and general movies.
All the movies can be checked out or to watch while you are taking a break in the library.
If you are looking for a certain movie, you can check our online catalog. If you have suggestions for movies to add to our collections please drop a note in our suggestion box.
Yes, you need to know about LibGuides!
Library Guides, a.k.a. LibGuides, are an extremely useful tool that can save you time and frustration especially, when you’re in a hurry. Our reference librarians have done the research for you on various frequently asked questions and course related subject areas.
Didn’t find it in the Library catalog?
We welcome your purchase suggestions for any titles not owned by the PNW Library.
Faculty, did you publish a book that the library hasn’t purchased?
Please make sure to fill out of form on the Recommend a Purchase page
One of the values of PNW is to be a welcoming environment that fosters diversity and inclusion. The University upheld those same values when the Disability Access Center purchased an Optelec book magnifier machine. This machine is designed to make reading books and other materials easier for those patrons who have vision problems or are visually impaired. This machine is located in the Hammond Campus Library. For more information and the exact location of this machine, please visit the Public Service Desk in the Hammond Campus Library.
The University Archives and Special Collections document the history of the Purdue Northwest University. This is the history and information from when we were Purdue Calumet, Purdue North Central, and now as Purdue Northwest.
This collection includes: official records, reports, publications, correspondence, digital files, maps, Photographs, audio-visual material, memorabilia, and Purdue Faculty publications.
Please check the Library Policies page for all policies for the University Library.
The librarians at the Hammond and Westville campuses provide instruction sessions for classes of all subjects when requested by faculty. Just ask, we can work with your schedule: from 30 minutes to multiple class sessions, we can teach students how to locate research articles, books, videos, and other information resources using our catalog, databases, and various search engines.