Libraries, Museum and Information Technology
The Hatfield Library Web site is a gateway to materials of academic and cultural value to the Willamette Community. These include the collections of the Willamette University libraries, and over 100 online subscription databases.
The J.W. Long Law Library contains a comprehensive law collection tailored to the law school curriculum. Its 285,000 volumes and microform equivalents include state and federal primary law sources, as well as the leading treatises, periodicals and other secondary sources that are vital to a full understanding of American law. The Law Library also has special collections in public international law, tax law and labor law and is a Selective Federal Government Documents Depository.
The Hallie Ford Museum of Art (HFMA) exists to support the liberal arts curriculum of Willamette University, and to serve as an intellectual and cultural resource for the City of Salem and beyond, through the collection, preservation, exhibition, and interpretation of historical and contemporary art with an emphasis on regional art.
WITS provides the computing, telecommunications, multimedia, audio-visual, networking, and classroom technology services necessary for the academic and administrative needs of the university community. WITS supports technology-equipped classrooms and provides equipment for check-out.