Get help from librarians and access our collections online!
Librarians: Librarians are available for remote consultations via email, phone, chat, and you can arrange for virtual consultations through Zoom.
Not sure who in the library to contact? Email email@example.com and your query will be directed to the appropriate library staff member or subject librarian.
Online Resources: The Hatfield Library provides access to hundreds of thousands of online articles, books, and reference resources. Electronic resources can be accessed via our catalog and our databases, with guidance provided through our many subject and course research guides.
Women’s and Gender Studies
Civic Communication and Media
Politics, Policy, Law and Ethics
Exercise and Health Science
American Ethnic Studies
The library's online resources (databases, journals, books, streaming media) are available wherever you have access to the internet. Remember to always go through the library's web site! You will be prompted for your Willamette username and password to gain access.
Problems Accessing Databases?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with a description of the problem (screen shots help!) and a staff member will respond as soon as possible.
Problems with Your Password?
Please contact the WITS Help Desk for assistance.
While fines will continue to accrue during the time that the library is closed, once things return to normal, all fines for returned items will be waived. You can return Summit or Willamette items to our outside book drop or hold on to them until the library re-opens. You still will be responsible for any lost items but you will not be charged fines for late materials.