The Phillips Theological Seminary Library welcomes all visitors! When you arrive on campus, please sign in with the main reception desk where you will also receive a visitor's badge.
The library serves an extensive community of library users. While the primary community includes students, faculty & staff of the seminary, the library is proud to include alumni, retired & former faculty as members, & invites all religious professionals to use the collections & services.
The Phillips Theological Seminary Library has the largest graduate theological library in the region (extending from Dallas to Kansas City & St. Louis to Denver.)
Whether you’re looking for a book, ebook, journal, digital resource, or how to help format a research paper—you can never ask too many questions!
The library not only offers a multitude of resources for graduate studies, it can offer a quiet place for contemplation, study, & preparing classwork, homilies, lectures, and/or presentations.
Please let the library staff know how to assist you when you visit campus. Remember to ask to see the Beasley Rare Book Room! It's one of the many hidden gems on the Phillips campus.
How to become a library member
Library membership at Phillips Theological Seminary is free of charge.
Special Borrower's Form