Answered By: Timothy Grasso Last Updated: Oct 01, 2018 Views: 283
The Hubbard Library at Fuller Seminary participates in several cooperative agreements to allow Fuller faculty, students and staff to borrow materials from other academic libraries.
Southern California Theological Library Association (SCATLA) is an association of a growing number of graduate and undergraduate schools in Southern California that support graduate degrees in Theology. It is a referral service that permits, on a case by case basis, screened clients at one library to use the collections at another library during the course of a defined research project. For more details, please visit SCATLA's Interlibrary Loan and Cooperative Borrowing section.
In order to access resources at a SCATLA Library, you must present a SCATLA card/form provided by an authorized SCATLA signer in your library. To request a card, please visit the Circulation Desk in the Hubbard Library, or call 626-584-5638 or 626-584-5612 or email email@example.com.
Submit your request for a SCATLA card at Fuller through this form.
View a map of SCATLA libraries in your area.