Geneva College

Library

McCARTNEY LIBRARY

Inspiring Christian Learning

McCartney Library

McCartney Library serves the Geneva College community by providing information and research assistance to students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends.

Chromebooks available in libraryIts resources and collections include over 400,000 items, plus a growing array of electronic databases and books accessible 24/7 online.  More materials are available from a worldwide network of libraries.  Librarians provide research help to navigate these sources by individual guidance and group instruction.

The collegiate gothic building features two stained-glass windows inspired by the preaching of Dr. Clarence Edward Macartney.  Group and individual study areas are equipped with wired and wireless Internet connections.  The Library is where students, faculty and scholars can encounter and discuss great ideas of the past and present as they seek wisdom in becoming servant-leaders for Christ′s kingdom. 

 


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Upcoming Events
Main Calendar
Mar 18
Chapel
10:15 a.m.

Mar 19
Interviewing Workshop

Benedum (bring your meal in) 5 p.m.

ATHLETICS
Softball heads home after a two win day against Alfred State & Manchester University
Softball heads home after a two win day against Alfred State & Manchester University
ATHLETICS
Baseball Sweeps Western Connecticut State; Raises Overall Record to 6-4
Baseball Sweeps Western Connecticut State; Raises Overall Record to 6-4
ATHLETICS
First week of baseball gives Geneva 4-4 record
First week of baseball gives Geneva 4-4 record
ATHLETICS
Softball Team Update
The spring break week recap for the Geneva softball Golden Tornadoes
ATHLETICS
Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Starts its Season in South Carolina
Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Starts its Season in South Carolina
ATHLETICS
Geneva Women Make Appearance in Coastal Carolina University Invitational
Geneva Women Make Appearance in Coastal Carolina University Invitational
GUEST LECTURERS
Dr. D.C. Schindler to Visit Geneva for Annual Bitar Lecture Series
The John Paul II Institute professor of metaphysics will present free lectures on March 25 and 26.