The Memorial Library is conveniently located near residence halls and campus classrooms, directly adjacent to Trinity Chapel. The library collection maintains over 68,000 print and non-print materials and provides access to numerous online reference databases and journals to support the educational needs of students, faculty, and staff.
To browse the catalog and online resources, or learn more about library services, please see the main Library page.
Main level: staff offices, material circulation, print and electronic reference collection, current magazine and newspaper collection, audio visual collection, study, and reading and audio visual viewing areas.
Lower level: The bound magazine archive collection, the Preus library, a curriculum resource classroom and workroom for education majors, a music computer lab and small group study areas.
Upper level: The general book collection, children’s library, seminary library, and reference overflow collections, small group study rooms, and individual study and reading areas.
Faculty and Staff Offices
These employees have offices in the Memorial Library building and work for various departments. To see only Library staff, please see the main Library page.
|Name||Title||Office / Phone|
|Data Entry / Office Assistant, Education|| ML 103|
|Professor, ReligionChapel Organist, Academic AffairsInstruction: Organ, Music|| ML 115|
|Cataloging and Technical Services Librarian, Library Services|| ML 203|
|Director, Library Services|| ML 205|
|Adjunct Faculty, English|| ML 205|
|Associate Professor, EducationOnline Instruction, Education|| ML 102|
|Assistant Coach Golf, AthleticsAssociate Head Coach- Men's Basketball, AthleticsHead Coach Tennis, AthleticsAssistant Coach Men's Basketball, Athletics|| ML 103|
|Associate Professor, EducationOnline Instruction, Education|| ML 101|
|Academic Resource Center Coordinator, Academic Affairs|| ML 110|
|Assistant, Library Services|| ML 103|
|Circulation and Interlibrary Loan Coordinator, Library Services|| ML 212|
|Online Instruction, History|| ML 212|