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Celebrating 50 years of the Jerome Library

In 2017, Wm. T. Jerome Library turns 50 years old. In those 50 years, the campus has grown from 9,000 students to over 19,000 students. The library, which had 400,000 books in 1967, now has over seven million books and access to unending amounts of electronic information. With our 50th anniversary approaching, we invite you to help us celebrate this milestone and share our legacy with the community.


Ray Bradbury with part of the collection of his works in 1982

Building for the Future

The Wm. T. Jerome Library is a user-centered academic library that brings people and knowledge together. Your gift means a great deal to the Library and those who utilize its resources. Please consider making a gift to the Library in honor of our 50th anniversary.

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Donald Drumm

The Jerome Library mural is an iconic landmark on campus, visible for miles. Donald Drumm, artist-in-residence, created the Jerome mural, as well as murals in the Saddlemire Student Services, Psychology, and Education Buildings.

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