About the Jacksonville Campus Library

The Jacksonville Campus Library’s primary purpose is to serve Gordon-Conwell students, but it is also open to pastors and the community for on-site use.  Designed to support the training of theological students from an evangelical perspective, its collections areas include the philosophy of religion, biblical studies, church history, theology, pastoral ministry, world missions, evangelism, and Christian leadership.

Acquisitions of nearly 15,000 books and periodicals occupy an interior space on the first floor of the Salem Centre.

Amenities include:

  • A self-checkout kiosk
  • Individual and group study areas with wifi
  • Student computers with internet, database access, word processing, and bible software
  • A multifunction printer for print and electronic scanning of reference and course reserve materials
  • Mailboxes to facilitate communications between students and faculty

The library is supported by the staff of all of the other Gordon-Conwell libraries: Goddard Library in South Hamilton, Massachusetts, Jackson Library in downtown Boston, and Lindsell Library in Charlotte, North Carolina. GCTS-Jacksonville students may request books and scans from the collections of the Goddard and Lindsell libraries.