Course Reserves provide students at the School of Theology Library access to required print or electronic readings assigned for their class, on a curated list for each course.
Reserves are an important tool for equity in higher education, and the School of Theology Library remains committed to providing electronic access to required and recommended readings wherever possible.
Summer 2023 Course Reserves will be posted here as they become available. Many will not become accessible to students until a date closer to the beginning of the class.
All reserve lists are currently under construction and may display incomplete information. Refer to the course syllabus as the final authority for required and recommended readings.
Spring 2023 Course Reserves will be posted here as they become available. Refer to the course syllabus as the final authority for required and recommended readings.
Some instructors choose not to place materials on reserve because they provide electronic readings or prefer that their students purchase the text. Others may intend to put items on reserve but have to delay while they finalize their syllabus. Some reserve items may be on order for the library and simply have not yet arrived.
If your instructor has indicated that the readings are on reserve and they are not, please let your TA or your instructor know as soon as possible. Because the library relies on instructors to provide the necessary information on which books they have chosen to place on reserve, alerting the library will not make the reserves immediately available, but may start dialogue between the library and the instructor. A course reserve guide for instructors and their TAs is available here.