The library is the heart of the College's academic life, providing a wide variety of materials and services. Located on the second and third floors of the east wing, the main college library is available to students, faculty, staff and members of the public providing full access to a collection of over 60,000 volumes, more than 150 current print periodicals and newspapers, online databases, as well as extensive media holdings including video (VHS and DVD), and sound recordings (CDs, LPs). The library's collection can be accessed via the Internet.
A currently validated, bar-coded campus photo ID or Library Courtesy Card (available to non-students for $5 per year) is needed to borrow library materials or access any of the interlibrary loan services available to the college community. A fully integrated automated online catalog provides descriptive information and current status of materials.
Conscious of the expanding world of information, the library serves as an information center to support, supplement, and enrich the curriculum of each discipline. Easy access to book stacks, periodicals, reference materials, a music listening room, and a computer/media room make the library convenient for study and research. A Rare Book Room is also available for supervised use.
In addition to the main library, Music and Theology Departments maintain specialized collections where students will find materials and other resources geared to these specific disciplines.
For more information please contact the library at (920) 686-6174 or firstname.lastname@example.org.