The mission of the Library is "To connect individuals to information, knowledge, and thought, and support their development as competent, ethical learners and leaders.
If you are coming in to the library to print or make copies, be sure to purchase your copy card first! Cards are available at the library circulation desk.
September 21-27 is Banned Books Week How many of the books that have been challenged in libraries have you read? Take our anonymous survey, check the boxes next to the books you've read, and then see how many other people say they've read the same banned book!
The titles on our survey represent the most challenged books of the last ten years, as reported to the American Library Association.
Kellenberger Library Summer Hours shifting to Academic Year hours
Academic year hours are 8 AM - 10 PM Monday through Thursday, and 8 AM - 5 PM on Fridays. Sunday hours are 3 PM - 8 PM.
The Kellenberger Library is home to over 74,000 books and media, including special collections of rare bibles, hymnbooks, denominational materials relating to the Disciples of Christ, the William E. Paul collection of English-language bibles, the Kendall collection of children's literature, and many other useful books, CDs, DVDs, and other specialty items. An array of online resources (ebooks, full-text and citation journal articles, newspapers, etc.) support all areas of the curriculum. The friendly staff love to help people solve their information needs.
The library first opened its doors in 1895 with the establishment of the school's predecessor institution, Eugene Divinity School. The present library building, which was opened in 1957, was remodeled in 1995 and provides facilities for research, technology and study in a comfortable "living room" atmosphere.