1. MISSION STATEMENT
GMU Library has been established since 1995 to support faculty, students, and staff members for their academic and spiritual growth by providing necessary information through general and theological resources.
The library is also assisting for a life-long education to local community ministry pastors and missionaries all over the world.
2. LIBRARY COLLECTION
There are over 25,000 volumes including general and theological reference books, audio-visual materials, videos and periodicals.
The library is designed for maximum efficiency to serve bibliographic and research needs for the literature of theology, missions, biblical languages, Christian education, church history, leadership, anthropology, psychology and practical ministry.
Volumes are constantly being added and updated to the valuable collection. If there is a need for further research, students have access to the BIOLA University library.
3. CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM
The library materials are classified according to the U.S. Library of Congress Classification Schedule.
Resources can be found by the author, title and subject through the library web site. The web site address is “www.gm.edu”
GMU library is well-equipped with resources and enough facility. The library locates in the middle of beautiful garden. There are three areas to be accessed for patrons. The first, general collection shelves, reference and reserved collection, periodicals and newspapers, and none print materials area. Second, online public access catalog desk. It can be accessed anywhere in wifi- internet accessed area. Third, study area is comfortable to read books and to study for users. The library has two large seminar rooms and computer room. Also the library provides a copy machine for research purposes. Especially GMU librarian is ready to serve clientele at the circulation desk.
5. HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday: 9:00 am to 10:00 pm
Wednesday and Friday: 9:00 am-5:00 pm
Saturdays, Sundays and holidays: Closed