On-Campus Resources and Borrowing Privileges
Whether you are a degreed or non-degreed alumnus, the Library is
proud to serve your needs as you pursue resources that will further your
mission and calling. All alumni/ae are able to utilize our electronic resources and browse books while at our main campus and/or regional centers. Degreed alumni/ae have life-time borrowing privileges as stated in our
Remote Access to Online Databases
Fuller Theological Seminary is pleased to extend a new benefit to its
degreed and non-degreed alumni: remote access to the following online databases:
Academic Search Alumni Edition, ATLA/ATLAS, iPreach, Encyclopedia Britannica Online, Global Reference
Center, Karl Barth Library, and NetLibrary. These databases provide a rich core
collection in religion and theology, psychology, education, and the
social sciences. Until now, Fuller has been unable to supply these resources due to cost. Happily, we are now able to offer them to our valued alumni/ae.
- How do I get access?
The Hubbard Library is offering access during a very special,
cost-free trial period to our alumni. To get access,
log in to your Portico account, click the Alumni tab, and
find the link, "Free Remote Access to Hubbard Library E-Resources."
Click there to receive the trial period username and password.
- Once I have access where can I find the
To access the E-resources portal, click
here and enter
Where can I get help?
If you have difficulty
logging on to Portico to retrieve your trial period e-resources username
and password, please visit the following Portico Login Assistance page:
If you do not know your G number,
please email the Portico Administrator at
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