Please join us in welcoming our most recent participants to the Reciprocal Borrowing Program. If you are interested in adding your library to this program, please read and complete the participation agreement and send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To find a participating library near you, check out the full list of libraries and corresponding map available on the ATLA website.
Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary, Ankeny, Iowa
The John L. Patten Library provides professors and students of Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary with the information resources necessary for teaching and research. In order to accomplish this goal, the library staff selects, maintains, and accesses print, audio, video, electronic, and other information materials inside the library.
Lutheran Brethren Seminary, Fergus Falls, Minnesota
The Christiansen Memorial Library is located in the lower level of the seminary building and houses over 22,000 print volumes, seventy periodical titles, and other special collections. Additionally, The Christiansen Memorial Library is also now home to the Church of the Lutheran Brethren Archives.
Payne Theological Seminary, Wilberforce, Ohio
The Ransom Memorial Library participates in the research and education program of Payne Theological Seminary by facilitating access to relevant information through the development of library, archival, and closed research collections. Its purpose is to assist men and women in preparation for Christian ministry within the A.M.E. Church, the African American community, and other Christian traditions.
Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois
The Buswell Memorial Library provides collections, services, and study space at two locations on campus: the main library building and the third floor of the Billy Graham Center. The Library owns approximately 400,000 printed books and adds about 7,000 new books every year.