The mission of the Evangelical University Library is to support the institution in educating men and women for full-time Christian service. The library plays a critical role in the realisation of the overall institutional mission statement.
The Evangelical University library was opened in 1982. It was first housed in a classroom. When the collection became too large, it was moved to the new library building which was later extended in 2003. The collection consists of the following:
Digital or Electronic resources
The EU Library is automated for Cataloguing, Circulation and student use.
It has subscriptions to over 50 periodicals, Africana and international.
The Library is open from 7:30 in the morning to midnight during the week with 45 minutes breaks on Tuesday and Friday mornings for Chapel. It closes from 9:20 to 11:00 on Wednesday mornings for Staff meetings and another one hour in the afternoon from 16:00 to 17:30 for sports. It remains closed on weekends and public holidays.
The Library’s clientele constitute students, staff, spouses to staff and students, EU Alumni and EU Council members. The Alumni pay a membership fee of K100. 00.
SPECIFIC GUIDELINES FOR SUBJECT AREAS
Old Testament, New Testament, Church History, Systematic Theology
Applied Theology, Interdisciplinary Studies, Education, Languages
Reference & General