Welcome to the Mulva Library! The library director’s office is located on the first floor in room 114. The director’s office oversees all of the library operations. For appointments, please call (920) 403-3290.
Circulation: The circulation department is the front line contact for patrons in the library. Patrons may borrow materials, ask for assistance with library equipment or be referred to other departments in the library through the information desk. Please see the
policies for more information.
Reference: Librarians at the reference desk help patrons locate and use library resources, begin research in unfamiliar areas and provide assistance for further research.
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Document Delivery (also known as Interlibrary Loan): Our document delivery department assists students, faculty and staff in locating and borrowing materials from other libraries. Logon to
ILLiad to order materials and manage your account.
For more information, contact Connie Meulemans at (920) 403-3283 or email her here. Before requesting materials, please be sure to check the library catalog and Journal Title Search for our book and serial holdings.
Cataloging: The cataloging department is responsible for bibliographic control of all items acquired by the library and for the collections of other departments on campus. The library is a member of OCLC and WISCAT as bibliographic utilities, and the Dewey Decimal Classification is used. In addition, maintenance of the library's
online catalog is the responsibility of the cataloger and is done via our library automation system, Innovative Interfaces, Inc.
Acquisitions: Materials are ordered and received by the acquisitions department and then processed by the cataloging department. The department processes approximately 3,500-4,000 new library books and other materials per year. To suggest books for the library collection, fill out the Library Materials Request form or contact Sally Cubitt at (920) 403-4090 or
The archives of St. Norbert College consist of materials documenting the history of the College. The City of De Pere and the Norbertine Order maintain their own special collections. The archives collection consists of print materials such as books, magazines, newspapers, yearbooks, manuscripts, letters and business and personal records. >>More
The archives also contains photographic materials, maps and architectural drawings. Audio and video tapes, CDs and DVDs comprise the archive’s AV collection. The archives also has a limited number of artifacts relating to the College. Most of the items in the archives do not circulate due to their rarity or fragile nature. To schedule an appointment to use the archives, please contact Sally Cubitt at (920) 403-4090.
Don't forget to check out the Archives materials available from Recollection Wisconsin, formerly the WHO Project!
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