At the center of every great university is its library—a place where ideas, opinions, and, well, books, can be exchanged freely. The Thomas University Library offers full collections of research materials, specialized databases, popular fiction and nonfiction books, magazines and journals, CDs, and DVDs.
You’ll also find comfortable reading areas and two computer labs that are available any time the library is open.
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Support the academic needs of the students by providing a dynamic learning environment that engages students in their intellectual and personal development. Provide faculty and student training and resources to ensure the means by which they can achieve personal and professional transformation. Perform community outreach offering cultural and educational experiences that enrich the lives of our students, faculty and staff, and fellow citizens. Stay abreast of new teaching and learning systems that support academic and personal growth in a changing, complex world.
The Thomas University Library is conveniently located in the center of the library/classroom complex, and offers traditional library services coupled with the latest in educational technology.
We are open Monday - Thursday from 8am - 9pm; Friday 8am - 12pm, and Sunday 3 pm - 7 pm
What We Do
The library supports individual and group use of its resources through the Library World automated library system comprised of circulation modules, online catalog, and Library of Congress cataloging. We house a number of collections to support the academic programs of the University, including both traditional and digital resources. Online resources can be accessed in the two computer labs. In addition, resources can be acquired for patrons through Interlibrary Loan.