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The STU online catalog can be found at http://reindex.net/STU/rss/Portal.php.

Lutheran Theological Seminary Saskatoon cooperates with its Saskatoon Theological Union (STU) partners, St. Andrew’s College and the College of Emmanuel & St. Chad, and with Horizon College & Seminary to manage their libraries as a unified system. This provides students and faculty from all three colleges, as well as public users, with access to over 120,000 items embracing a wide range of theological topics.

STU Libraries provide full reference services which include search assistance and interlibrary loans. Internet access is available through ground and wireless formats; STU Libraries’ electronic databases and indexes can be searched from the libraries or remotely. LTS students can obtain an STU Libraries card from the LTS Library. This card is good for all four libraries, and lending policies are the same across STU Libraries' system. Please ask library staff about borrowing privileges at the University of Saskatchewan Library.

Otto Olson Memorial Library

The Otto Olson Memorial Library, located on the main floor of the Lutheran Theological Seminary, houses approximately 45,000 items, including books, journals and other media. Biblical studies, Near Eastern Christianity, and the Reformation (particularly Luther’s works) are significant strengths.

Other STU Libraries

The H. E. Sellers Library of the College of Emmanuel & St. Chad, located in the chapel undercroft of Lutheran Theological Seminary Saskatoon, has approximately 21,000 volumes of print and electronic media. Areas of concentration include the liturgical tradition and the history and tradition of Anglicanism.

St. Andrew’s College Library has 37,000 volumes and receives 90 periodicals. It has extensive holdings on the Reformed churches and traditions and on Canadian church history with special emphasis on the prairie context.

Horizon College & Seminary's A C Schindel Library has 21,000 volumes and receives 31 periodicals. Areas of concentration include Reformation theology (particularly the writings of John Wesley) and the history and tradition of Pentecostalism.

Full-time students enrolled in either LTS or ESC may reserve carrels at the LTS Library. Unreserved carrel study space is also available. Students interested in part-time library assistant positions should contact library staff during the summer or during orientation week. And if you have any questions, please get in touch! We are at library.lts@usask.ca or 306.966.7869.