Researching for an assignment or looking for information, the Vanguard College Library is where you want to be. We are pleased to offer the following services to Vanguard students:
- over 55 000 books, including reference titles, Biblical study resources, novels, devotional classics and much, much more.
- a selection of DVD film titles and musical selections on CD.
- six computer workstations and printing services ($0.10 per page). Please see the Library desk for more information.
- a selection of periodicals including a searchable online resource database (Ask Library staff for off-campus access).
- access to over 10 million resources from NEOS libraries across Alberta, delivered directly to Vanguard College for your convenience.
- online access to account status including the ability to renew material online. All you need is your barcode and pin (ask Library staff if unsure).
- dedicated quiet study and group study areas.
The Vanguard College Library ensures the availability of learning resources and services of appropriate form, range, depth and currency to support the curricular offerings and meet student needs
Hours of Operation
Sept 8 - Apr 30
Monday - Friday
9am - 4pm
We are currently closed to the general public.
Vanguard students can access the library by making an appointment at vangd.ca/lib/appointment. We are asking students to utilize the catalogue hold system to request books, rather than physically browsing the shelves. For help on how to do this, email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are not a student at Vanguard College, email us at email@example.com, and we can arrange a curbside appointment for you to pick up or return library books.
Please keep up to date on Vanguard Covid-19 Policy updates when using the library, as regulations regarding visitation can change quickly.
Fees & Fines
EXTERNAL BORROWERS CARD
LOST or DAMAGED BOOKS
Meet The Team
Education: B.A. Th.: Music Ministry & Youth Ministry, Vanguard College; MLI S, University of Alberta.
Karina has been serving at Vanguard for eight years and is passionate about information literacy. She is married and has two toddlers whom she adores.
Cayla is a recent alumni of the Pastoral Care and Counselling program. She will be working at the front desk of the library while working on a research project on indigenous ministry.
Emily is a recent high school graduate and has been working at the library for a year and a half. She lives here in Edmonton with her family including four cats! She loves working in the library and hopes to someday start a career in that field.
Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the following two documents: