Mission Statement

The mission of the library is to support the curriculum and research programmes of the institution as well as the professional development of its clientele through:

  • · Effective and efficient delivery of informational and professional services offered by its staff
  • · Its wealth of print and non-print materials
  • · The provision of access to a variety of online resources.

Opening Hours

During the semester:

Monday to Friday - 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Saturday - 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

During semester break:

Monday to Friday -8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Contact us


Online Resource


Ebscohost Ebook Collection

Recommended Free Resources


The Association of Religion and Data Archives (The ARDA)


Open Educational Resources (OER)


Open Access Digital Theological Library


Christian Classics Ethereal Library


Princeton Theological Commons


Theological Studies


Religion Online

Academic Search Engines

Academic Info

In-depth directory of useful links and resources in a specific subject area. Browse academic websites for research. This site offers online degrees, courses, and distance learning information from a selection of online accredited schools. Click here

Virtual LRC

The Virtual Learning Resources Centre allows you to explore educational sites with high-quality information. It has indexed thousands of academic information websites. With custom Google search, you get more refined results. Organized by teachers and library professionals around the world to provide great resources for academic assignments and projects. Virtual LRC is the best place to start looking for research materials. Click here


An academic search engine which is simpler than Google. It removes results that are not related to science, academia, and research. In searching there are no distraction by sponsored links. With a database of over one billion documents, web pages, books, journals, newspapers, online encyclopaedias, and articles. It is ultimate for academic research. Click here

Google Scholar

Designed to search for scholarly literature, it finds relevant information from the world of scholarly research. You can explore many sources such as books, dissertations, articles and abstracts from various academic publishers, professional societies, universities, and other websites. Google Scholar database contains roughly 160 million documents. Click here

Microsoft Academic Search

Gives you the ability to explore more than 38 million publications. It provides trends, graphs, and maps for your academic research. It contains more than 40 million publications and 20 million authors. Click here

Avoid Plagiarism

According to Merriam Webster, (2021) To plagiarize is (1)"to steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as one's own (2) use (another's production) without crediting the source and (3) to commit literary theft (4) present as new and original an idea or product derived from an existing source." Click here to get all the facts you need from Plagirism.Org

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