Access to Fuller Library Collections

Persons interested in the scholarly study of Christianity, theology, psychology and other related disciplines are welcome to use the resources of the Fuller Library.  The Library exists to serve the information and research needs of Fuller Theological Seminary and the broader academic community.  

Fuller students, faculty and staff are the primary constituency which the library serves.  Access policies give priority to serving the educational and research needs of the Fuller community.

In addition, the Library extends borrowing privileges to Fuller alumni, local clergy from all religious traditions with proper identification, and to member institutions of the Southern California Area Theological Library Association (SCATLA). 

Other external users may consult our collections on site without borrowing privileges.

Furthermore, we participate in a nationwide interlibrary loan network, sharing our resources with external libraries, when possible.  The Library participates in  cooperative projects with many libraries, and is fully committed to sharing its resources with the broader scholarly community through established networks.

Scholars traveling from a distance wanting to use specific materials or collections will also want to make an appointment in advance of their travel. Please contact the Information Access Services Manager at (626) 584-5684, or the Library Director of Operations at (626) 584-5219.

Groups of visitors from other institutions are asked to make arrangements with the Information Access Services department prior to the proposed visit. 

Unattended children are not permitted in the library.

Fuller Theological Seminary library reserves the right to deny access at the discretion of the Information Access Services staff.

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