The library will be closed from 9:45 am to 11:15 am on Wednesday, October 26th, for Day of Common Learning.
SPU Primo: Search the SPU Library and Beyond
The Library is pleased to present a new subject guide focusing on the 2016 presidential election. This guide was carefully curated by many contributors across campus from multiple disciplines. In this guide, you will find articles, books, and other resources, which thoughtfully express a wide range of ideas, facts, and opinions relevant to the current campaign. We hope this guide can be a helpful resource and encourage you to use this season as an opportunity to learn more about our American government, and the eternal questions of politics.
Need some help writing your final papers? Come to "Write @ the Library!" The SPU Writing Center will be set up behind the Library Reference desk with lots of ideas and resources to help you start, write, revise, and finish your paper.
Bring in your papers all quarter on Wednesdays, from 4-6 p.m.
The Library was selected to display two recently donated paintings by African-American artist Charles Ethan Porter (1847–1923). The paintings were donated to the Seattle Pacific University’s John Perkins Center and restored through the Senior gift fund of the class of 2016. They are installed on the north wall of the Library’s main level. Learn more about Porter and his work.
We are excited to announce new services at the Library Front Desk on the Main Level of the Ames Library. In addition to checking out library materials and accessing items on Reserve, students, faculty, and staff can now check out technology tools such as cameras, headphones, and much more. Additionally, Educational Technology and Media (ETM) has opened the EdTech Desk on the Lower Level of the Ames Library. Faculty and staff can reach the EdTech Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-281-2170.