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  • Assmption College Library System
  • The Emmanuel d'Alzon Library provides a wide range of services for the students, faculty, and staff of Assumption College. The library owns more than 200,000 books, subscribes to over 2,000 print and electronic journals, and holds over 1,300 videos, DVDs, and audio titles. The library provides on and off campus access to electronic resources. This allows users to access the library's catalog and 80 electronic databases. Off campus use is available by authenticating with your student I.D. barcode. The library's notable collections include French language and literature, and Theology, and the Holt Library which covers Social and Rehabilitation Services.

    The library, named for Emmanuel d'Alzon, founder of the Augustinians of the Assumption, was dedicated in 1988. Today, the library serves the 2,700 undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education students of Assumption College, and is part of the greater network of the Central Massachusetts Regional Library System (CMRLS).

    Mission Statement

    The mission of the Emmanuel d'Alzon Library is to support learning, teaching, and research throughout the Assumption College community by actively encouraging and facilitating use of its services and collections, by providing personalized assistance in the use of library resources, by offering instruction on research strategies and tools, and by presenting academically-oriented programs and events.

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