Library Hours & Information

Library Hours

The library staff welcomes the general public and registered guest users from 9:00 a.m. to 4:20 p.m., Monday through Friday.

The library is closed to the general public and to guest users on the following holidays

  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving
  • Christmas Break (Dec. 23 – Jan. 1)
  • Good Friday
  • Easter Monday
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day

Library Staff

Bramwell Richards

MLIS MTS, Electronic Services Librarian

262-646-6537 | eservices@nashotah.edu

Carolina Johnson

Circulation / Inter-Library Loan Assistant

262-646-6536 | circ@nashotah.edu

David Sherwood

DMin, Library Director and Associate Professor of Ascetical Theology

262-646-6534 | librarian@nashotah.edu

Lynn Feider

PhD, Part-Time Technical Services Librarian

262-646-6534 | lfeider@nashotah.edu

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Mrs Frances Donaldson

About the Library

The Frances Donaldson Library contains approximately 124,000 printed volumes and 280 current periodical subscriptions. Holdings are primarily theological, with strengths in biblical studies, church history, historical and systematic theology, Christian spirituality, and liturgics. The print holdings of the library are supplemented by more than 50,000 carefully selected electronic books and electronic journals–all conveniently available through the library’s catalog and its journal databases. Built in 1910, the library was renovated and enlarged in 1982. The older portion of the building is constructed in collegiate gothic style and includes a large upper-level reading room, a main floor with staff workroom and offices, and the reference room. The lower level contains the current periodicals area, the computer lab, a snack room with kitchenette, and a seminar room. The newer portion of the building, known as the Brady addition, is gracefully joined to the old by a three-story atrium with skylights providing indirect, natural light. The library’s general stacks are housed mostly in the Brady addition. The building is fully accessible to persons with disabilities.

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