The David Allan Hubbard Library continues to be committed to our students and faculty during this unprecedented time. Many concerns were addressed during the SOT/SIS Town Hall about the library and access to necessary resources. While nothing can replace the experience of physical access to the library and our geophysical resources, we are all learning how to adapt due to this global pandemic. Our services continue to develop, however, we realize for many they will look different in comparison to your academic pursuits prior to COVID-19. 

As the library evolves its services and offerings in a safe manner to protect students and staff, we are grateful for your patience and flexibility. The Hubbard Library and Fuller Theological Seminary is limited by local and state guidelines and our commitment to the safety of the Fuller community. 

We are working hard to keep up with requests for our online services and are dedicated to doing so until the library can reopen safely. At the end of this post is a list of our online and distance resources the Hubbard Library offers our current students, faculty, and staff. We also highly encourage those to utilize our online tutorials and contact our reference librarians for additional help. General inquiries can also be sent to, and you will be directed to the appropriate person. 

Thank you all for your patience and grace while we reimagine our services to our patrons. 


Daniell Whittington
Executive Director of the Library


COVID-19 Services Currently Offered at David Allan Hubbard Library

Book Pick Up – library staff will package and make available books for patrons. A confirmed day and time will be sent to the patron for pick up at the library.
Books By Mail – available for patrons who live outside a 50 mile radius of the Pasadena campus
Library How Tos – contains videos and handouts of some online resources.
InterLibrary Loan – for items the Hubbard Library does not have. Items will be picked up via the Book Pick Up form on the Pasadena campus.
Scan on Demand – for chapters and articles which are less than 10% of an entire work
Suggest a Book – use it to send the library suggestions for items we should have in our collections or for us to check if a print book is available and an eBook.
Reference Librarian appointment calendar – schedule an appointment with our reference librarians for assistance with our online resources and getting started with research projects.
Library Catalog – the gateway in locating our resources. You can virtually browse our shelves by clicking the “Browsing the Shelf” function in an item’s record.


Library Contact Information 

General information, library accounts and due dates:
Reference and research assistance:
Ebooks and databases:
Scanning and interlibrary loan:
Archival inquires: