Library research instruction sessions for classes can be scheduled from the spring quarter.
Beginning March 12 - March 17, 2018 the Library has expanded hours and will be open as follows:
The Ralph D. Winter Library is pleased to provide lifetime borrowing privileges to Olivet Alumni as well as other services, and encourages Olivet University Alumni to make use of the library during their visits to campus or wherever they are.
Olivet University Ralph D. Winter Library at the main campus has completed an upgrade in its worldwide collection in order to serve the rapidly expanding student body across the State and around the world.
Riverside - Ralph D. Winter Library and OTCS launched collection development campaign to add 1,000 theology titles in Chinese language to its current collection.
Olivet Business School purchased more than 100 business books that are to be added into its collections in San Francisco, CA this week.
Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies, ZSDS, will be offering a seminar on research methods for the coming colloquium in November.
Named one of the top 100 books of the Millennium by World Magazine, as the cover text indicates, testifies to the great influence this book has made on many people in the past century.
San Francisco's Olivet College of Business (OCB) expanded their library book resources for its curriculum and night study project. Business students have gotten a great deal of benefit from these new books which connect their field of study to Christianity and faith based readings.
Olivet School of Art & Design (OSAD) library newly acquired over 1000 books in the subject area of Art History, Photography, Architecture, Modern Art, and Graphic Design.
Olivet University's Head Librarian, Amy Menon, was among the 20,000+ attendees at the American Library Association Annual Conference in Las Vegas earlier this month.
Olivet School of Media and Communication students sought inspiration in a field trip to the U.S. Capitol and the Library of Congress in Washington D.C., hosted by Olivet alumni.
Olivet College of Journalism students sought inspiration in a field trip to the U.S. Capitol and the Library of Congress in Washington D.C., hosted by Olivet alumni.
Olivet students in the university's journalism program expect to experience a blend of professional practices with biblical vision and mission. In OSMC's 'Thesis Research and Methodology' course, students are learning how to prepare for their master theses.