The Maytag Memorial Library at St. John Vianney is one of the largest seminary libraries in the South. It first opened in 1981, and its bilingual collection has grown since then to over 56,000 volumes and about 150 periodical subscriptions. New electronic resources and services are available to the faculty and students through automation. The library also provides different types of audio visual materials to serve the academic, spiritual, cultural and recreational needs of its faculty and students. These include compact discs, videos, DVDs, films, slides, etc. Since the fall of 1998, St. John Vianney has joined St. Thomas University in a cooperative electronic link of the two main libraries. This cooperative linkage has provided both institutions with greater access to many resources through the Web, and with interlibrary loan privileges through the SEFLIN network.
USERS ON CAMPUS: Please click on the link below and select "St. John Vianney Library" under College. Then click on "Catalog" in the top left.
USERS ONLINE: Search our partner's library through the link below, and when prompted, please sign in using the Seminary Account via OpenAthens with the Username and Password information provided to you in your welcome email. You will find there are many resources available, including books that may be required course reading for full view and download.
You can also search directly on these partner's resources below, by signing in with the Seminary Account via OpenAthens when prompted as well.
If an item is not electronically available and needs to be requested, please inquire with our librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org to see if it's possible to obtain it with through the Seflin One Card.
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