Sister Mary Joseph Cunningham Library
Specializing in serving your need to know, the Sister Mary Joseph Cunningham Library supports the university community in the area of teaching, research and public services, including educating individuals for effective life-long learning. With over 200,000 items in print and non-print formats, the library provides students and faculty with numerous avenues for academic enlightenment, giving special attention to supporting the undergraduate and graduate curricula.
Microcomputer labs, an audiovisual preview room, a microforms area, a special collections room, and an elementary and secondary instructional materials collection round out the library’s rich cache of research tools.
The Sister Mary Joseph Cunningham Library opened in 1993 and overlooks the athletic fields and Georgian Court’s landmark oak tree. The library, like the rest of GCU's campus, allows wireless access so you and your laptop can find a comfortable place to work on research and papers for your courses.
An enclosed arcade joins the library with the neighboring Gavan Student Lounge, where you can grab a bite at the Court Caf before hitting the books! Or, you can unwind by watching your favorite program on the large screen TV.