Library staff provide guidance in identifying, finding, using and citing materials for your presentations, papers, and other creative work. The library provides access to articles, books, journals, video and sound recordings--either electronically, on-site, or through loan from other libraries.
Computers, wireless access, copiers and printers are available on all three floors.
Please present your EMU ID when checking out materials. For more information about library holdings and policies, see the library web site (www.emu.edu/library).
The building is located in the southeast corner of the campus at 1195 Park Road. The library entrance is on the north side of the building.
Regular hours during the school year are as follows. Check on the web for updates.
The library building houses the Menno Simons Historical Library, Academic Success Center, Information Systems Helpdesk, classrooms, the EMU Archives, Virginia Mennonite Conference Archives and the JAMAR Suite (LB-121) which has its own outside entrance.
EMU’s Special Collections include materials from the history of EMU, the Virginia Mennonite Conference, and the worldwide Anabaptist/Mennonite experience. The Menno Simons Historical Library contains family history and genealogy, Shenandoah Valley history, and Anabaptist/Mennonite materials. The EMU Archives house EMU’s organizational records and files, including material from persons who have been associated with EMU throughout its history. The Virginia Mennonite Conference Archives houses historical documents relating to the conference, including official records, personal papers, congregational materials, and the records of Eastern Mennonite School.
The Menno Simons Historical Library is the point of contact for all special collections materials and for assistance with your research. The library is open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Please call 432-4178 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.