Ralph D. Winter Library will offer an online workshop "Writing a Quality Theological Research Paper" on December 2, 10:00-11:00pm PST.
The Ralph D. Winter Library will be open more hours leading up to and during final weeks to provide students with access to library resources and study space.
Five hundred quality art books have been added to Olivet University's Ralph D. Winter library in Riverside Campus. The books were a collection of a retired art college professor.
Open Access Resource List for Research Published on Library Website
The World Religion Database (WRD) contains detailed statistics on religious affiliation for every country of the world.
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.
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.
The Ralph D Winter E-Library development is receiving added consideration thanks to the university community's feedback.
On September 7, William Carey Library Orientation was held at Olivet University main campus, led by the university librarian, Mrs. Ma, who was hired Nov., 2005 and has been brought us the great help and advice.
Dr. William L. Wagner has made a generous gift to Olivet University's library from his personal collection of theological books. The donation adds nearly 2,000 titles to the University's current holdings, and will support the library in critical areas of the school's mission, especially in the areas of bible and theology.