The mission of the Heritage Library is to provide an ever-expanding, diverse catalogue of scholarly, relevant resources and to provide facilities conducive to study and research enhancement for students, faculty and alumni.
The library occupies 6,000 well-lit square feet on the lower level of the Academic Building. It is open to faculty, staff, and students 70 hours each week. Library facilities include study carrels, worktables, a listening/ viewing lab, a reference room, and a meeting room.
The library’s collection of 45,000 items includes books, periodicals, tapes, videos, CDs, and music scores. These items are accessible through the fully automated card catalogue. Special collections include the Bunyan Collection. In addition to 120 current hard copy journal subscriptions, Heritage faculty and students have access to over 1,000,000 journal articles through electronic databases.
Library and Writing Resources
- Heritage Library Catalogue online
- Citation Tools
- Heritage Survivor’s Secrets – Guide to Academic Writing
- Library Floor Plan
- Contact our Librarian, Jenny Griffin and Library Technician, Heather Okrafka, for more information.
- Student Learning Centre
Regular Library Hours
The book drop is open after hours.