Answered By: Timothy Grasso
Last Updated: Dec 14, 2018     Views: 59

Thank you very much for considering the David Allan Hubbard Library at Fuller Theological Seminary, for your book donations!

We have reached a point in the seminary’s history wherein over half of our students are fully online, or are taking one or more classes online. As a result, the library is seeking to serve all our constituents by changing the way that it collects materials, and is focusing on the acquisition of electronic resources, such as eBooks, eJournals and electronic databases.

As a result, we are regrettably unable to accept most donations of print materials at this time. As of November, 2017, the David Allan Hubbard Library is no longer accepting unsolicited print material donations of any kind (books, journals, textbook, etc.). Any items left unattended at the Circulation Desk or the outdoor book drop will be recycled. We hope this does not cause too much of an inconvenience. 

If you would like to contribute to the library's growing eBook collection, you can can make an online donation to Fuller Seminary here. Under designations, be sure to select "other," and to write "Library Acquisitions" in the comments box. 

For more information about gift donations, or to speak with someone about a complete, relevant, or unique collection, please contact the Acquisitions and Collection Development Librarian at: or call: 626-584-5295.

Thank you again!
David Allan Hubbard Library
Acquisitions and Collection Development Department