Academics

Library

The mission of the Gonzaga Library is to teach students 21st century research skills and information gathering techniques that are vital in today's world. 
Students acquire these skills through library instruction and hands-on use of library materials and resources. The librarians work closely with faculty from all disciplines to ensure that library research is integrated into the curriculum. In addition, the librarians encourage students to develop a love of reading and lifelong learning.

The library also plays an integral role in student life at Gonzaga. On a typical school day, you’ll find students and faculty collaborating on projects, engaged in quiet reading, working on computers, or just relaxing with friends. Board games and chess sets are always available, and the popular annual ping pong and mini-golf tournaments have students and faculty vying for bragging rights. The library’s annual poetry slam and speaker series often feature Gonzaga alumni. To view photos of current and past events held in the library, please visit us on Facebook!

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  • Collection

    • More than 20,000 books, ebooks, and reference volumes.
    • Numerous periodicals, magazines, and newspapers in print and online formats.
    • An extensive DVD collection that supports the curricular and recreational interests of our students and faculty. 
  • Online Resources

    More than two dozen online databases, including:
    American History Online
    Ancient and Medieval History Online
    World Religions Online
    Gale Literature Resource Center
    Biography InContext
    Congressional Digest Pro-Con database
    CQ Researcher
    Health Reference Center
    Historical Newspapers (New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post)
    ProQuest 
    JSTOR
     
    Students, faculty, and staff: To access our online catalog and databases​ and to view other library resources, please log into Canvas and go to the Gonzaga Library Course.

Librarians

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Library Hours

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  • Monday - Thursday

    7 AM to 4 PM
  • Friday

    7 AM to 3 PM
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