St Barnabas College Library
In 2014 St Barnabas College received an astonishing donation of 75,000 theological books from a private donor. The collection is particularly strong in Biblical Studies, Anglicanism, and Theology.
The College Library is open on Monday to Thursday from 9am – 5pm. It is closed on Fridays and all Public Holidays. It is located on the ground floor of the St Barnabas Building at 18 King William Road, North Adelaide.
The College Library is available for use not only by students studying at St Barnabas College, and by people who are exploring ministry pathways, but also by members of the public with an interest in exploring issues about life and faith.
Copies of the rules concerning the operation of the Library will be published and made available to users of the library from time to time. If library users fail to comply with these rules, their user rights may be suspended. In the interests of safety and security, College Library users must also obey the reasonable directions of College Library staff at all times.
Students of St Barnabas College (CSU) have access to a number of libraries.
CSU Library & St Mark’s National Theological Library
Students have access to online electronic journals and borrowing rights at Charles Sturt University and St Mark’s National Theological Library in Canberra.
For the CSU Library, searches can be performed and online databases can be accessed through the Theology subject support page and information about the Library’s online offerings and an orientation is available at the Library Orientation Toolbox.
St Mark’s library can be searched from their web site.
Löhe Memorial Library
The Löhe Memorial Library is the library of Australian Lutheran College, located on the corner of Ward and Jeffcott Streets, North Adelaide. The library is best accessed from the Ward Street entrance, and directions to the library are available on the ALC website.
Adelaide Theological Library
The ATL Library is located at 312 Sir Donald Bradman Drive, Brooklyn Park.
You can help with the ongoing work of the St Barnabas College Library by donating.