The Library has been an important part of College life
since the foundation in 1427 and it continues to support the academic study of
College members today. The modern collection is superbly stocked and it is kept up
to date with regular purchases. We aim to
support undergraduate-level study in all the principal subjects studied by
Lincoln College undergraduates. Postgraduates may find some books suitable for
their research or taught courses in the College Library but normally it is
expected that those needing access to more specialised books will use the main
University libraries. Non-members of the College may make an appointment to
consult individual items.
The Senior Library houses the early printed books and
historic collection of the College. Anyone wishing to find out more about the special
collections or to arrange to consult them should refer to the Visitors to the
are 85 reading desks each offering access to the internet from readers' laptops
and four computer terminals offering connection to library catalogues,
electronic library resources, email and the internet.
Library serves as a beautiful and peaceful backdrop to inspire your studies.
8.30am-2.00am - Weeks 0 to 9.
8.30am-11pm - Vacations.
Staff are available Monday - Friday 9am-5.15pm, though the Library may not be manned 12.30-2pm.
To see which new books have been added to the Library, find us on LibraryThing.
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