Library Hours for the 2022 Spring Semester

2022 Spring Semester Hours

Tuesday, January 4th — Monday, January 17th

Monday – Friday     8:00am – 5:00pm | Saturday & Sunday CLOSED
MLK Jr. Day — Monday, January 17th CLOSED 

Tuesday, January 18th-Sunday, January 30th

Monday – Friday   8:00am – 10:00pm

Saturday & Sunday   9:00am-5:00pm

REGULAR HOURS     Monday, January 31st — Friday, March 4th

Monday – Friday    8:00am – midnight
Saturday 9:00am – 5:00pm | Sunday 11:00am – midnight

SPRING BREAK     Saturday, March 5th — Saturday, March 12th

Saturday & Sunday March 5th & 6th    CLOSED
Monday, March 7th — Friday, March 11th        8:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday March 12th   CLOSED

REGULAR HOURS     Sunday, March 13th — Wednesday, April 13th

Monday – Friday 8:00am – midnight
Saturday 9:00am – 5:00pm | Sunday 11:00am – midnight

EASTER RECESS     Thursday, April 14th — Sunday April 17th CLOSED

REGULAR HOURS     Monday, April 18th — Sunday, May 1st

Monday – Friday     8:00am – midnight
Saturday     9:00am – 5:00pm | Sunday     11:00am – midnight

FINAL EXAMS     Monday, May 2nd — Sunday, May 18th

Monday – Friday     8:00am – 3:00am
Saturday     9:00am – midnight | Sunday     11:00am – midnight

OPEN 24/7     8am Monday, May 9th — 11pm Wednesday, May 18th

Thursday, May 19th — Friday, May 20th
8:00am – 5:00pm

Saturday, May 21st – Sunday, May 22nd         CLOSED
Monday, May 23rd     8:00am – 5:00pm
Tuesday, May 24th – Friday, May 27th     8:00am – 6:00pm

Saturday, May 28th — Monday, May 30th  CLOSED

Spring 2022 Hours [printable pdf]

Catching Up With Jordan Evans-Boyajian

If you’ve participated in a library instruction class, Data Services class, or used our Chat With A Librarian service this past semester, chances are you’ve had the opportunity to meet and work with Jordan Evans-Boyajian, an adjunct librarian here at Walsh Library. With her wealth of knowledge and talent for teaching Jordan habeen much in demand as an instructor. 

A native of New York, Jordan’s love of art led her to complete a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the School of Visual Arts in New York. And she has now completed her master’s degree in Library & Information Science online through San Jose State University this past November! 

Jordan started as an intern at Seton Hall University Libraries in October of 2020. Jordan initially joined our reference team. She then branched out to work on projects involving instruction, Archives & Special Collections, and the Walsh Gallery. One of her first projects was a historic online tour of the campus 

During this Fall semester at Seton Hall University, Jordan was able to coordinate several book displays virtually and in-person to celebrate Hispanic Heritage MonthLGBTQIA+ History Month, and National Native American Heritage Month. She also developed guides to help students understand how to utilize Humanitarian Mapping tools and how to use works from the Walsh Gallery in their own research.  

While working with the Archives & Special Collections in the summer of 2021, Jordan was able to complete digitizing Civil Rights photographic slides for use by the Africana Studies department. These slides were in rough condition due to decay from age, but she was able to bring them back to their original look and feel through color correction. 

Jordan observed  that “these slides document the Civil Rights Movement as well as how the Africana Studies Department has developed their curriculum through the years. It is a great look back to see what the style was in the 1970’s at Seton Hall University.” 

Jordan will be finishing up her adjunct position this month, and then it’s onward to new adventures. We thank her for the outstanding contributions she has made to the library, wish her well, and expect to hear great things in the future–À votre santé!!