Anderson University Thrift Library
The Thrift Library at Anderson University opened in January 2007. At 45,000 square feet, it is three times the size of the old library and includes a 110-seat seminar room, 40-seat computer lab, curriculum lab, cafe, art gallery, and a state of the art electronic classroom. The library has been designed with ten group study rooms and includes 1 twelve-seat seminar room. The library strives to provide students with exemplary resources and currently holds 152,000 volumes of books in various formats. The virtual library, which is available 24/7 from anywhere in the world, includes 61,000 full text ebooks and access to over 120 databases.
Gift Book Program
In honor of Homecoming 2011, please consider making a lasting impression on the Thrift Library by donating $50 for a book to be purchased for the library and placed In Honor or In Memory of your student, friend, alumni, or loved one. Gifts are acknowledged with a donor plaque placed in front of the book. You may stop by the library today or mail the money and Gift Book Program Form to the Thrift Library. If you have any questions, see our Book Donations page or
contact the library at 864-231-2050.
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