Fuller Theological Seminary's David Allan Hubbard Library is a leading-edge center for research, study, and learning. Reflecting the shift in Christianity's center, its collections document the lives, ministries, theologies, and churches of the so-called "Two-Thirds World" in addition to the traditional theological research for which it has received international recognition. From its Asian Studies Collection to its David du Plessis Archives in Pentecostal and Charismatic movements, from its extensive Kierkegaard collection to the papers of James de Weerd, spiritual mentor to James Dean, the Library's collections place it among the top theological libraries in the nation. Join the Library in supporting, preserving, and exploring these magnificent holdings!
Fuller Theological Seminary Alumni are welcome to visit the David Allan Hubbard Libraries in person to gain expanded access to print and online resources. The Library is proud to serve your needs as you pursue resources that will further your mission and calling.
All alumni are able to utilize our electronic resources and browse books while at our main campus and/or regional centers. Degreed alumni have life-time borrowing privileges as stated in our circulation policies.
In addition, the library is pleased to extend a new benefit to our degreed and non-degreed alumni: remote access to selected databases including ATLA/ATLAS. These databases provide a rich core collection in religion and theology, psychology, education, and the social sciences.
- How do I get access?
To get access, log in to your Portico account, click the Alumni tab, and find the link, Free Remote Access to Hubbard Library E-Resources under Announcements. Please make a note of the user and password provided....you will need them to login remotely.
- Once I have access, where can I find the databases?
Please click on the Electronic resources tab to review the list of availalbe databases.
- Where do I get help?
If you have difficulty logging on to Portico to retrieve your e-resources user name and password, please visit Fuller's Central Authentication help pages at: https://simpleldap1.fuller.edu/fullerid/reset_pass. The page will also provide additional contact information.