Evangelical Seminary offers a host of resources for our students and the community including the Rostad Library and the Pense Biblical Archaeology Museum.
Dedicated in 1969, the Rostad Library has successfully served the seminary community's academic research needs for over forty years. Rostad Library houses the seminary's collection of over 75,000 bound volumes, receives over 550 periodicals, and subscribes to several major electronic research sources. The general subject areas of the collection include biblical studies, church history, theology, spirituality, preaching, education, counseling, archaeology, ethics, and music. All of Rostad Library operates as a hot spot for wi-fi Internet access.
As a member of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Theological Library Association (SEPTLA) and the American Theological Library Association (ATLA), Rostad Library provides opportunities for access to vast resources through interlibrary loan arrangements. The collection is accessible electronically from any on-line computer.