Potomac State College Library to Extend Hours This Semester to Saturday Afternoons
Potomac State College of West Virginia University’s Mary F. Shipper Library will extend its operating hours as a pilot program this semester.
According to Charles Julian, Ph.D., the College’s new library director, for the remainder of this semester, the library will be piloting expanded hours adding Saturday afternoons from noon to 5 p.m. during the weekends that the College is in session. Saturdays include: Sept. 26; Oct. 3, 17, 24, 31; Nov. 7, 14; and Dec. 5, 12.
Special programming will be held on these “Shipper Saturdays”:
October 3 – Musical Jam Session
Make some music at the PSC Library during a Shipper Saturday jam session. No matter what instrument you play, there’s room in the circle for you. Beginners welcome!
October 31 – Trick-or-Treat and Scary Stories in the Library
Costumed kids of all ages can stop in to the PSC Library for a Halloween-themed Shipper Saturday. Be ready to hear some scary stories!
November 14 – Resume-Writing Seminar
Get professional help writing and formatting your resume. Come to the PSC Library with your work history and experience, and leave with a complete resume.
Julian noted, “The Library has been asked to provide special Saturday hours as a “trial balloon” to determine whether or not these hours should become a regular component of our schedule. We welcome not only those affiliated with Potomac State, but also members of the Keyser community, to visit our facility and take advantage of our resources and services.”
Dr. Julian says he and his staff continue to welcome suggestions, ideas and comments. He can be reached at Charles.Julian@mail.wvu.edu or 304-788-6902.