The Mulva Library is home to the Center for Norbertine Studies and its collection of books and artifacts of the order.

Locus. Confluence. Intersection.

Examine the ancient writings of St. Augustine. Meet a survivor of genocide. Explore the global marketplace. Experience the satisfaction of serving others. Dive in and go deep.

By definition, a center is a place you go for a purpose. At St. Norbert, our academic centers are unique in focus and expertise, set aside for you to enrich your experience – and your life – both in and out of the classroom.

A Place for Everything Norbertine
The Center for Norbertine Studies is a significant resource, uniquely committed to the sharing of knowledge about all things Norbertine. Through the work of the center you’ll have access to:
  • An extensive collection of rare books
  • Works of art gathered from around the world
  • A digitized document database
  • Lectures, colloquiums and concerts
A Place to Partner in Original Research – As an Undergraduate
Our emphasis on collaborative research means you’ll have the chance to partner with experts in real-world scholarly and creative projects. At the St. Norbert Collaborative we can tell you more about:
  • Research, scholarship and creative opportunities
  • The chance to present at academic and undergraduate conferences
  • Opportunities for publication
  • Funding and travel support for your project
A Place to Learn More About Gender and Identity
At our Cassandra Voss Center you’ll find innovative, holistic programming about gender and identity that is making an impact at the regional and national level. The center is a focal point for education and awareness about gender and diversity, among faculty, staff and students at the college and beyond.

A Place to Build Peace
At our Norman Miller Center for Peace, Justice & Public Understanding, we can help equip you to understand and become a partner for change in some of the most complex issues of our time. Learn more through:
  • Courses in the college’s peace and justice program
  • Access to legitimate and reliable resources
  • Internships
  • Varied programming every semester
A Place to Serve Others
Our Sturzl Center for Community Service & Learning champions our deeply ingrained mission of community engagement. Here you’ll find:
  • Access to opportunities for service and academic service-learning
  • Guidance and best-practice tools
  • Occasions to reflect on and celebrate works of service
A Place to Make Global Connections
Whether you’re thinking about studying abroad or considering coming to St. Norbert from a country outside the United States, the Center for International Education can give you the support you need. It serves as the hub for a complex of rich experiences that:
  • Facilitate international education for our students
  • Foster meaningful dialog and exchange between cultures
  • Support our academic programs in international studies, international business and language area studies, leadership studies, and peace and justice
  • Provide language and translation services to our surrounding community as they forge links with the wider world
A Place Where Clients Come to Find Answers
Our campus is home to the St. Norbert College Strategic Research Institute, one of the Midwest’s most respected resources for gathering, reporting and interpreting data. The institute offers:
  • Survey research – online, mail, telephone and in-person
  • In-depth qualitative interviewing
  • Secondary data analysis
  • Statistical modeling
  • Focus groups