See the library hours page for the latest hours. Check back frequently for updates, as the hours may change due to changing circumstances.
The hours page also has safety precautions for using the library during Covid, including masks and social distancing.
Overdue fines have been suspended for all books from Rolfing, I-Share and WorldShare, so you may wait to return them. The outside book drop at the library is open at all times for you to return your books.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can request resources from I-Share libraries in Illinois by using our new Automated Fulfillment Network (AFN). Simply choose "I-Share Libraries" in OneSearch to do your search, then click on the book. Under "Get It" click the link to "Request." Select the library where you want to pick it up - Trinity International University is at the very bottom of the list. The book will be delivered to Rolfing (or whatever I-Share library location you request) within a few days.
Please note that the Illinois Library Delivery Service (the company that delivers I-Share books to Rolfing) has imposed a 7-day quarantine before a library may send out a book. Adding in processing time, this means that right now you will need to place requests for I-Share books at least two weeks before you need them. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Also note that not all I-Share libraries are currently open. If you request a book that is not available at any open libraries, you will get an email saying your request has been cancelled. You may then request the book through WorldShare instead.
See the OneSearch prezi tutorial for more help with requesting from I-Share and our library.
Many publishers are offering free access to eBooks during the COVID-19 crisis.
Find digitized books and articles from around the world here.
Looking for a book when you're away from Trinity? See if it's in a library near you.
Bring proof of your Trinity affiliation (like your student ID) and you'll be granted borrowing privileges at any of these schools. (Call the library before you visit, to make sure they're still open.)