September 30th, 2016 by mlproulx
This year’s presidential election is one of the most contentious in recent memory, and we are all watching it play out day-by-day across all forms of media – whether we want to or not! I’m sorry to say that we can’t just stick our heads in the sand and wait for it all to be over. So if you’re looking for a bit more information about the candidates, wondering what news sources to trust, or still need to register to vote, we’ve got you covered.
Check out our Election Research Guide for all of this and more!
We want to prepare our Cardinals to be informed, involved, principled, and productive citizens and lifelong learners.
September 7th, 2016 by mlproulx
Do you like helping people? Enjoy working with other students? Plan on spending all your free time in the library anyway?
Apply to work at Oesterle Library!
Student jobs are open for the 2016-2017 school year. Must be a current North Central student to apply.
April 14th, 2015 by Aimee Walker
Not sure how to find an article from a citation, order a book from I-Share, or access an article through CardinalSearch? Check out our series of Cardinal Research Minute tutorials! Each Cardinal Research Minutes is designed to help you navigate a particular library resource or service.
We’re always looking for recommendations to add to our Cardinal Research Minute tutorials so please leave your suggestions in the comments below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 6th, 2015 by Aimee Walker
Come and game with us! We’re celebrating International Tabletop Day on April 11 from 1pm to 5pm!
International TableTop Day was founded three years ago as a way for the world to celebrate tabletop gaming together. Every spring, fans host thousands of events all over the world and every year, the event grows. TableTop Day 2014 was celebrated in 80 countries, over all 7 continents, and had over 3,000 events in total. 2015 is going to be even bigger! Visithttp://tabletopday.com/ for more information about the worldwide event.
Stop by the Library and play or learn games with new and old friends. We will have a mix of new and classic tabletop games or feel free to bring your own favorite! For more information check us out on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram!
April 3rd, 2015 by Jane Egan
Welcome back to Spring Term! Oesterle Library will have the following schedule during the Easter Weekend:
- Friday, April 3: 7:45 AM – closing at 12 noon
- Saturday, April 4: closed
- Sunday, April 5: closed
- Monday, April 6: 7:45 AM – 12 midnight
A complete listing of library hours can be found on the library web site.
February 2nd, 2015 by Aimee Walker
The library will be closed until 5pm on Monday, February 2nd. We will open at 5pm and remain open until midnight.
February 1st, 2015 by Aimee Walker
Due to inclement weather the library will be closed Sunday, February 1st. Drivers and pedestrians are urged to remain cautious.
December 15th, 2014 by Aimee Walker
Oesterle Library will be closed for the holidays beginning Friday, December 19th at 4:00 p.m. The library will reopen Monday, December 29th at 7:45 a.m. The library will be open December 29th – 31st and January 2nd from 7:45 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The library will be closed January 1st and the weekend of January 3rd – 4th. We will resume regular winter term hours.
November 25th, 2014 by Aimee Walker
Oesterle Library will close at 4:00 pm on Wednesday, November 26th. The library will remain closed through the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. We will reopen on Monday, December 1st at 7:45 am with our regular D-Term hours.
July 25th, 2014 by Aimee Walker
The public is invited to meet volunteers who helped build the Illinois Prairie Path and view materials from the organization’s archives during an open house Aug. 11 at North Central College.
The Illinois Prairie Path Archives Open House takes place from 1 to 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 11, in the lower level of North Central College’s Oesterle Library, 320 E. School St., Naperville.
The College in early February accepted delivery of the Prairie Path archives, which previously had been stored in Wheaton. Materials in the collection now available for public viewing include photographs… (read more)