GTU Flora Lamson Hewlett Library
In 1969 the member schools of the Graduate Theological Union combined their vast resources to create a common library for the purpose of providing resources for teaching, learning, and research in the disciplines of religion and theology.
The Flora Lamson Hewlett Library is home to more that 450,000 volumes, 1200 perodical subscriptions, and 292,000 microforms and audio visual materials. It is considered one of the largest theological libraries in the United States. The library building includes a central reading room, study areas, computer lab, and a helpful library staff. Students and instructors may also access the library holdings through the online catalog called “GRACE” and additional databases (links above).
In addition to the resources of the Flora Lamson Hewlett Library, faculty and students of member schools of the Graduate Theological Union are granted complimentary borrowing privileges at the libraries of the University of California. The UC library collection includes extensive holdings in theological and philosophical literature. Faculty and staff also have access to the Green Library at Stanford University, located across the Bay from Berkeley.