Students, faculty and staff at the Watertown campus are encouraged to use the library!
-Space for group and individual study, including individual carrels
-Group study rooms with flat screen monitors
-Virtual PCs with access to a variety of desktops
-Books, periodicals and A/V materials available for checkout
-Computer, reference and research help
-Interlibrary Loan services for items not held at Watertown library
Watertown Campus Library
1300 West Main Street
Watertown, WI 53098
Campus Office Hours:
Mon-Thurs 7:30a - 6:00p
Friday 7:30a - 4:30p
Saturday 8:30a – 11:30a
(first Saturday of the month only)
The building is open:
Mon-Thurs 7:00a – 10:00p
Friday 7:00a – 4:30p
Saturday 7:30a – Noon
(late August through early May)
Hiring Student Help
We are always accepting applications for a few good student workers for our library and Student Achievement Center. Do you have what it takes? We're looking for students who are motivated, hard working and comfortable with technology and learning new things. This is a great opportunity for a job which would look wonderful on a resume. Students must be taking at least six credits to be eligible. Stop by today and pick up an application! We also accept applications for our Student Achievement Center, including peer tutors. See staff for more information.
Select new books
For a full list of our new arrivals, see our library materials page.
Schedule subject to change from week to week dependent upon staffing, see library for posted changes.
Our library and student achievement center have group study rooms! Use your laptop with our 47" monitors to work on a group project, practice a speech or work with a tutor.
• Book your reservation time from a computer or mobile device 24/7.
• Students may book a maximum of 2 hrs per day, up to 4 hrs per week.
• Click the link below, choose your room, date and time, and fill out the simple online form.
• You will receive a confirmation email with a link in case you need to cancel.
The Madison College Libraries do not provide proctoring services. However, we are happy to serve as a location for exam make-ups. We cannot guarantee students will be supervised taking their exam.
For information about proctoring options, please contact your department.
Also, many local public libraries offer proctoring services.