Our online catalog was upgraded and enhanced to include searching and direct access to most of our electronic resources. For access details click here.
Authentication for access to our online databases has changed!! Click here for details.
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Face masks/coverings are mandatory at all times. Temperature screening at entrance is mandatory. Those with temperatures over 100.3 will be denied admittance. Social distancing of at least 6 feet is required unless with spouse, roommate, or another member of your household.
We encourage working offsite using digital materials when at all possible. For help with electronic resources, please contact Charlotte Nutter.
Please follow our main Coronavirus Response Updates page for any additional Seminary information.
The Carey S. Thomas Library of Denver Seminary is in the Paul and Marjorie Lewan Learning Resource Center, which is building 300 at the north end of campus. The Vernon C. Grounds Reading Room is located in the west end of the library. The library collections include over 175,000 books and bound periodicals.
Library Resources and Services
CATALOG, DATABASES, & COLLECTIONS
Browse books, periodicals, reference works, and electronic databases
|Catalog Information||Library Account Tutorial|
|Online Catalog (WMS Discovery beginning 7/1/20)||Access Library Account|
Race and Justice Titles
- Guide to Remote Access to Electronic Resources
- Ready Reference
- Kindle E-Readers
- Psychotherapy.net Videos
- ATLA Reciprocal Borrowing Program
- Periodicals, Reference, Reserves & Misc. Collections
- Denver Journal
- Copyright Information
- Writing Center
- KIC Scanner Instructions
- Project and Thesis Information
New Student Information
Apply for a library card, use a carrel locker, or request a book through interlibrary loan (ILL)