Theological students have access to two major reference and research collections as well as extensive online resources.
The Leeper Library
As well as its general reference and text book collections, the main College library holds three special collections relevant to Theology: the Mollison Collection of the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne; the Leeper Collection; and the Anglican Special Collection.
These collections include standard theological works and the set texts for the Ministry Formation Program. The library also provides access to a wide range of electronic resources of special importance to online students of the Theological School.
The collections have a strong focus on works relevant to the Anglicanism, as well as on liturgy, spirituality and missions. There are also extensive collections on such matters as the role of Christianity in the modern world, including bio-medical ethics, issues of peace and war, and the role of women in the Church.
The library also holds modest paper holdings of current periodicals; subscribes to significant full-text services online; and includes a comprehensive collection of early Church journals and Australian Anglican official publications.
See here for more information about library resources at Trinity College. Theology students wishing to borrow from the Leeper Library will need to have a Trinity College ID card. Please enquire at the Administration Office of the Theological School.
The Dalton McCaughey Library
Trinity College Theology students have full access to the Dalton McCaughey Library (DML), which is housed at the Centre for Theology and Ministry at 29 College Crescent, a few minutes walk from Trinity College. The DML holds a world-class research theology collection. Trinity College was a founding partner in its establishment as a joint theological library for students on the Parkville campus. Enrolled students will need a University of Divinity ID card to borrow from the library and this can be obtained from the Administration Office at Trinity College Theological School.
The Library Hub at the University of Divinity
All students are entitled to access the University of Divinity Library Hub and to have borrowing rights at all associated libraries. The Library Hub provides access to an extensive range of online theological resources that supplement the collections at the Dalton McCaughey and Leeper Libraries. The University of Divinity ID card can be used to borrow from all associated libraries, but students will have to register at each library before they borrow for the first time.
UDCat Combined Library Catalogue - This website allows the simultaneous searching of multiple library catalogues. For other enquiries about the University-wide library resources and services, email: email@example.com.