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Gertrude Kistler Memorial Library

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Library Mission and History

As the original academic building on campus, the Gertrude Kistler Memorial Library has supported the mission of the college since 1926. The Library provides ready access to resources to develop the strengths and abilities users require to respond to the needs and challenges of the times, while facilitating the implementation of technology that enables them to experience the excellence and joy of knowledge. Learn more about the history of the Library here.

The mission of Gertrude Kistler Memorial Library is to:

  • Enhance instruction and learning through library services;
  • Enhance accessibility to information through technology;
  • Enhance resources through library services;
  • Evaluate existing library services and implement innovative solutions as indicated;
  • Assess and oversee the condition and improvement of the library building.
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