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The College of St. Scholastica

For the Campus and Community

The College of St. Scholastica Library’s mission is first to support the College’s curriculum and to provide resources to students, faculty and staff but welcomes visitors and local users as well.

The full online services and resources of the Library can be accessed on their website.

Borrowers from the general public are required to apply for a special borrower’s card at the Library’s main desk. Proof of identification such as a driver’s license, student ID card, etc. is required.

Books can be checked out for four weeks, with a limit of two books at any given time. Only area college faculty are able to check out audio visual materials. Other items excluded from circulation include laptop computers, reference books, periodicals, course reserves, and masters thesis and projects.

Public computers are available for access to the Internet in order to use the catalog and databases to find books and articles for research.

Alumni Database Access

Databases are paid for by the Library according to how many FTE’s or students that are enrolled at the College. For this reason, no Library can afford to pay for its alumni to have access to its online databases. That said, the Library does have public access computer terminals with internet access, so you are welcome to come to the Library and use those computers to access our databases.

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A Place for Learning


The College of St. Scholastica Library features three floors with designated areas for both quiet and group study sessions.


Utilize the interlibrary loan system and our digital databases to access the most relevant materials possible.


Our librarians are always happy to offer guidance and assistance in your pursuit of knowledge!

Library Resources


Library History

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