Located on the west side of the campus quadrangle, the Charles F. Curry Library plays an active role in the academic life of William Jewell College. The mission of Curry Library is to provide access, services and resources to meet the present and future scholarly, information and information technology needs of the William Jewell College community.
The open stack system in Curry Library allows easy access to a collection of more than 250,000 volumes. More than 10,000 publications are added annually. The Library is a selective federal and state government depository. Curry Library is a member of MOBIUS, a statewide shared computerized library system that includes fifty private, public, two-year and four-year institutions.
Curry Library contains several special collections of poetry, children's literature, limited and first editions, and religious works in addition to the archives of the college.
Partee Center: The Library also houses the William E. Partee Center for Baptist Historical Studies. The Center holds an extensive collection of Baptist papers and other important historical material.
New: Academic Search™ Premier, a new database, contains indexing for 8,175 publications, with full text for more than 4,700 titles. Features include:
- 8,175 Abstracted and Indexed Journals
- 4,702 Full Text Journals
- 6,794 Peer-Reviewed, Abstracted and Indexed Journals
- 3,611 Peer-Reviewed, Full Text Journals
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