The Joseph Schaffner Library is located on Northwestern University's Chicago Campus. Schaffner Library provides library and information services for the Kellogg School of Management, the School of Professional Studies, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute and other Chicago-based members of the Northwestern community. Many services and programs are designed for part-time students.
The Library is named after Joseph Schaffner, a founder of Northwestern's first School of Commerce. In recognition of the Schaffner family's generosity in equipping the library and providing an endowment for books, it was named for Joseph Schaffner at Wieboldt Hall's 1927 dedication.
Instruction & help
The Writing Place and The Math Place offer free tutorial services for School of Professional Studies students.
Call, text or instant message a librarian for research help. We offer research consultations and library instruction to students both on and off campus. Find research assistance.
Technology & Spaces
Details on Schaffner Library's computer lab, which includes 14 PCs and a printer, can be found on our Technology & Computing webpages.
Northwestern affiliated users have access to Schaffner Library's reservable study space. Reserve the study room online.
After obtaining a Guest NetID from the front desk, guests can access computers for up to two hours.
Computers are available to guests from noon-5:00 pm, Monday through Thursday and 8:30 am-noon on Saturdays.