Around the Library
Library Hours: 8AM - 10PM
Staff Hours (Monday-Friday): 8AM - Noon and 1PM - 5PM
Due to holidays, staff obligations, etc. these times are subject to change. Please contact us before you visit if you plan to need library assistance.
CALL NUMBER GUIDE
First Floor Stacks
|Course Reserves Shelf|
|Paperback Collection (Science Fiction)||PA 000a-PZ 999z|
|Folio Collection (Oversized Books) F||F 000-F 999|
|Religion General Works||200-209|
|Moral, Social & Pastoral Theology||220-229|
Second Floor Stacks
|Significant Christian Writers||280-280.9|
|Other Denominations/Other Religions||281-289|
|Natural Sciences & Mathematics||500-599|
Third Floor Stacks
|Geography, History, Biography||990-999|
|Bound Periodicals||M 000-M999|
|Young Reader Collection||Y 000-Y999|
First Floor Reading Room
|Reference Collection||R 000-R 999|
|Mixed Media Collection||M 000-M 999|
|New book Display|
- Hold Shelf for requested items
There are a number of study and reading spaces throughout the library.
The library maintains a conference room that patrons may reserve and a study room specifically for seminarian use. There are also comfortable chairs, tables, and study carrels in the reading room and book stacks.
The library provides reserve signs that patrons may use while temporarily away from a study space. Please be considerate of others when reserving spaces. The library is not responsible for missing items.
Wireless Internet Access
Wireless access is available to anyone with an account. Guests may request a guest account form the library staff.
The library has ten computers that patrons and guests can use. Each computer has Internet access and printing capability. Print jobs are sent to the photocopier.
The photocopier is available for all patrons but does not require a code for copying and scanning. Please see the instructions on the wall next to the photocopier for the access codes. A donation of 10 cents per printed page is appreciated.
The photocopier has a scanning and email capability. The library also provides a flatbed scanner at one of the computers.
The library maintains two displays:
Display items may not be checked out immediately, but patrons may put holds on the items. Please see instructions at the display areas for more details.
The Engelberg Collections consists of 3,000 volumes dating from the 16th through 19th centuries. These books were given to the monks of Conception Abbey by their motherhouse in Switzerland, Engelberg Abbey.
The collection is not open for public browsing. If you have questions about the collection, please contact: