Welcome to the Library!
The Library at the Fuller Seminary Northwest Campus contains several thousand books, 57,000 electronic full-text books and materials, and access to 70 databases, including approximately 10,000 full-text journal titles.
This guide will help you navigate the most important aspects and resources of this Fuller campus.
Each tab will guide you through the necessary steps for successful information access. You will find links to full-text articles, as well as free research websites, and other useful research tools, such as EndNote, Turnitin for faculty, and Turnitin for students.
- The Fuller Northwest lending collection is open for anyone to browse Monday-Friday, 9-5pm when the staff is onsite. After hours browsing is limited to students who have class.
- During staff hours checkout should be done electronically at the front reception desk. After hours and on weekends students may write their name, date and list the barcodes of books they are borrowing for checkout the following business day.
- For an answer to the common question of Inter-Library Loan from Pasadena's David Allen Hubbard Library navigate to here.
Students Rights and Responsibilities
Local Library Quick Links
InterLibrary Loan from your local Public Library
Your local Public Library probably offers Interlibrary Loan to card holders. If you find a specific citation for a book or article, they can probably get it for you (though dissertations, and other rare books may not be available). The library may charge a small fee; some libraries limit the number of requests you may make in a year.
Information on a few local library options: