Saturday 21 September 2019

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:
Audio-Visual materials
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.


Old Testament, New Testament, Church History, Systematic Theology
Applied Theology, Interdisciplinary Studies, Education, Languages
Reference & General   

Chief Librarian

Robert Kumwenda

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