Friday, December 12, 2014

Waggoner Christmas Break Hours

Beginning Thursday, Dec. 11th Waggoner hours will change

Thursday, December 11: 8 am-6 pm
Friday, December 12: 8 am-3 pm
Saturday, December 13: 10 am – 5 pm
Sunday, December 14: CLOSED
Monday, December 15 – Thursday, December 18: 12 noon-6 pm
Friday, December 19: 12 noon-4 pm

Saturday, December 20-Sunday, January 4: CLOSED

Monday, January 5-Thursday, January 8: 10 am-6 pm
Friday, January 9: 10 am-4 pm
Saturday, January 10: 10 am-5 pm
Sunday, January 11: CLOSED
Monday, January 12 – Tuesday, January 13: 8 am-6 pm

During the break all electronic resources will continue to be available. Library email will be monitored intermittently if help is needed.  

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Thank you to Therapy Arc for the smiles and laughter!

Thank you to members of Therapy Arc Nashville - Linda, Jenyfer, Geralda, Donna, Nanette, Sindi and Heather - for volunteering to bring their dogs to our Wake the Dead Finals Late Night@ Waggoner event.

Our students loved seeing, petting, and playing with your precious pets. It was a perfect stress reliever for them; lots of smiles and laughter including from us librarians!

Want to know more about our Therapy Arc?

Monday, December 8, 2014

Waggoner is going to the dogs!

Yes! Pet therapy dog teams will once again be visiting students during final exam week. From 7PM to 8PM Mon-Wed [Dec. 8-10] two pet therapy dog teams will be in Waggoner to visit with students. Come by and pet these gentle dogs and maybe feel a bit less stressed!

Friday, December 5, 2014

Wake the Dead Finals Late Night@Waggoner is here!

Monday through Wednesday
Dec. 8 - 10, 2014

  • Library closes at 2AM
  • Pet Therapy Dog Teams from 7PM to 8PM each night!
  • Send a postcard home - proof you are studying in the library. Postage is on us.
  • Express Yourself Wall 
  • Free hot chocolate all evening! for more information!

Friday, October 31, 2014

Times are changing at Waggoner! 

We have new 
 furniture and new media options in the library. 

Come by and see 
for yourself!

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

It's Constitution Day!

Webpage from NARA with the U.S. Constitution

The United States Congress has declared September 17 as Constitution Day in order that Americans everywhere will be reminded of the significance of this document and the liberties which it preserves.

If you want to know what makes you unique as an American, take a moment and read your Constitution on September 17!

The Constitution of the United States can be accessed electronically through the following this link to the National Archives.

Interested in seeing what else the National Archives has in its collection? Take a few minutes and watch the following short video from the Archives Inside the Vault series for a rare look into the 'vault'.




Tuesday, August 26, 2014

2014 Super Scavenger Hunt!

Over 300 new students participated in the 2nd annual Super Scavenger Hunt Monday, Aug. 25! 

Students roamed the library in groups following video and text clues embedded in QR codes. Using their smart phones they took pictures and sent answers by email to the library and  by hashtags to the library's Twitter and Instagram accounts.

The scavenger hunt is an opportunity for new students to be in the library, meet a librarian, gain a basic understanding of the library layout and to feel welcome in our space.  We're looking forward to next year! 

New students at the Super Scavenger Hunt - 2014

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Hello New Students!


We hope you had a great time learning more about Waggoner Library and will be back often! 

Take your team and head down to a media room in the IRC and follow the directions there to wrap up this activity! 

 -Your Waggoner Librarians

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Trevecca Yearbooks Digitized

We are pleased to announce that Trevecca’s Thrasher Archives has recently digitized and made available online Trevecca’s yearbook, the Darda, and other Trevecca history materials, including Trevecca catalogs (1960-2005), the Trevecca Centennial Collection, and selected other Trevecca history materials. This exciting project was partially funded through a State and National Archival Partnership (SNAP) Grant.

All items were scanned from cover- to-cover and in full color and are available on the Internet Archive.  You can choose from a variety of formats, page through a book choosing the “read online” option, download the PDF or search the full text version.

To view the collections, simply visit If you have any questions about this project and the works that have been digitized, please contact Andrea Fowler, Archivist & Special Collections Librarian, at or 615-248-1798.