The Fuller Community
The David Allan Hubbard Library exists to serve the information and research needs of Fuller Theological Seminary and the broader graduate theological academic community. The Fuller Library is a private library only for the use of Fuller students, faculty, staff, other members of the immediate Fuller community, and authorized library-card holders (see below).
Members of Consortia Institutions
The library belongs to several library consortia. This is the preferred manner through which members of other graduate institutions can gain access to the library. Please inquire with your institution’s librarian about consortia membership and reciprocal borrowing participation. These consortia are the Southern California Theological Library Association (SCATLA), ATLA, and the Statewide California Electronic Library Consortium (SCELC).
Overview of Library Services and Borrowing Privileges
Current Fuller Students, Faculty, and Staff
Your Fuller ID Card serves as your library card and can be obtained from the Welcome Center.
Remote access is granted to Hubbard Library’s electronic resources.
Wi-Fi access to the ‘Fuller Seminary’ network using your FullerID login.
Masters Students, Staff 30 items 21 days 2 renewals PhD, DMiss, ThM 100 items 90 days 1 renewal DMin 50 items 90 days 1 renewal Faculty unlimited items 365 days 2 renewals Adjunct Faculty 30 items 90 days 1 renewal
A library card may be obtained from the Welcome Center located on the first floor of the library.
Limited access is given to library services.
Remote access is granted to select databases.
Wi-Fi access is available to the ‘Fuller Seminary’ network via FullerID login.
Borrowing privileges include up to 5 items for 21 days with no remote renewal.
A library card