Hardin Library will have shorter hours during the week of the Thanksgiving holiday. The 24-hour study will be available to UIHC and University of Iowa affiliates whenever the library is closed.
|Friday, November 18||7:30am-6pm||regular hours|
|Saturday, November 19||10am-6pm||regular hours|
|Sunday, November 20||Noon-9pm||regular hours|
|Monday, November 21-Wednesday, November 23||7:30am-6pm||shortened hours|
|Thursday, November 24||CLOSED||Thanksgiving holiday|
|Friday, November 25||CLOSED||University holiday
home football game, 3pm kickoff
|Saturday, November 26||10am-2pm||shortened hours|
|Sunday, November 27||Noon-9pm||regular hours resume|
UI Indigenous Land Acknowledgement
The University of Iowa is located on the homelands of the Ojibwe/Anishinaabe (Chippewa), Báxoǰe (Iowa), Kiikaapoi (Kickapoo), Omāēqnomenēwak (Menominee), Myaamiaki (Miami), Nutachi (Missouri), Umoⁿhoⁿ (Omaha), Wahzhazhe (Osage), Jiwere (Otoe), Odawaa (Ottawa), Póⁿka (Ponca), Bodéwadmi/Neshnabé (Potawatomi), Meskwaki/Nemahahaki/Sakiwaki (Sac and Fox), Dakota/Lakota/Nakoda, Sahnish/Nuxbaaga/Nuweta (Three Affiliated Tribes) and Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) Nations. The following tribal nations, Umoⁿhoⁿ (Omaha Tribe of Nebraska and Iowa), Póⁿka (Ponca Tribe of Nebraska), Meskwaki (Sac and Fox of the Mississippi in Iowa), and Ho-Chunk (Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska) Nations continue to thrive in the State of Iowa and we continue to acknowledge them. As an academic institution, it is our responsibility to acknowledge the sovereignty and the traditional territories of these tribal nations, and the treaties that were used to remove these tribal nations, and the histories of dispossession that have allowed for the growth of this institution since 1847. Consistent with the University’s commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, understanding the historical and current experiences of Native peoples will help inform the work we do; collectively as a university to engage in building relationships through academic scholarship, collaborative partnerships, community service, enrollment and retention efforts acknowledging our past, our present and future Native Nations.