The Mondor-Eagen Library / Information Commons is a two-floor facility located at the center of campus between Cardinal Cushing and the Foundress Halls. Built in 1982, the library was named in honor of Sister Marie Anne Eva Mondor, the first President of the College, and Sister Marie Rose Isabel Eagen, the first Registrar.
Mondor-Eagen Library / Information Commons is the center of academic life at Anna Maria College. The library’s holdings include more than 59,000 books on the lower level, and 121,000 ebooks available from wherever you are. Students have access to more than 31,000 online journals and 100+ journal titles in print. In addition we have DVDs, CDs and a friendly library staff on both levels to help you with your research needs. The Information Commons is open 24/7, and the lower level of the Library is open and staffed 70+ hours a week. Come meet us!
The Mondor-Eagen Library at Anna Maria College supports the mission of the college and its obligation for “the provision of education, the preservation of learning, and the sponsorship of research.” Knowledgeable library staff work together to create an environment that is a center for academic pursuits at Anna Maria College. By providing equitable access to information, services, and facilities, we foster intellectual inquisitiveness and facilitate effective teaching, study, reflection, and lifelong learning.
Who is able to check out items from the Mondor-Eagen Library?
What do I need for identification to check out items?
How do I access the Library's online resources?
How long can I keep a print book?
How many print books can I check out?
How can I find out what books I have checked out?
How can I renew my books?
Can I check out a magazine?
If I lose a book, how much will I be charged?
If I have overdue or lost books at the end of a semester, will I be penalized somehow?
Does the library have WiFi?
Do you accept book donations?