Divinity School Library
The Yale Divinity Library supports teaching and research in disciplines related to Christianity with particular strength in Bible, theology, and the history of Christianity. The Day Missions Collection is the strongest collection of its kind anywhere in the world. The Ministry Resource Center houses material supporting the practice of ministry.
Visitors not affiliated with Yale University are required to sign into the Divinity Library guest book, located next to the Circulation Desk.
During non-business hours (i.e., weekdays after 6:30 pm and weekends) entry into the Divinity School building, and hence the library, requires card-swipe access with an active Yale University ID Card. The ID cards of students, faculty and staff of the Divinity School are automatically set up for access to the building. Other Yale students, faculty, and staff, as well as visiting researchers with an active Yale NetID may request access to the Library during non-business hours by contacting Susan Brady (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the Divinity the Library Administration.
Please see the Divinity School Library's Access, Borrowing & Circulation Policies for more information.
The Divinity Library is located within the Divinity School building. The main entrance is along the north driveway, past the stairs that lead into the quadrangle. Walk up the driveway until you see a portico over the main entrance. Once inside, bear left and follow the interior corridor around to the library entrance.