Our library offers a full array of services for Trinity International University’s Adult Undergraduate, Divinity School, and Graduate School programs.
Included in these services are accessible to full-text articles, various library collections and a variety of Internet resources. It is our intention to provide you with easy access to information for your academic needs.
Tel: (954) 382-6400
Fax: (954) 382-6420
Email: [email protected]
You can request books available at our Deerfield library, though you are responsible for return postage.
Students can access thousands of online books through the Rolfing Library eBook collection. View Rolfing Library Online Books.
Other Available Libraries
SEFLIN – Trinity International University Florida is a member of the Southeast Florida Library Information Network (SEFLIN ). The availability of a SEFLIN card will allow access to participating academic libraries. To learn more about SEFLIN, you may visit its website at http://www.seflin.org.
What Libraries Own a Book?
WorldCat.org – Free website that will allow to you find out what libraries in your area own a book for which you are looking.
Students can search over 20 general, theological, business, and psychology databases, including ATLA Religion Database, Academic Search Premier, Business Source Elite, and PsycINFO. Some articles are full-text and may be read online. For articles not online, you can click on “request through WorldShare” to get a scan.
Students at TIU-Florida are provided with library loan privileges to books found in Trinity Deerfield’s Rolfing Library. The student is responsible for return shipping. Place a request using WorldShare. Include a note on the form that you are a Florida student. How to request a book
Students may also request scans of articles and book chapters through WorldShare. Instructions on how to access the online scan will be sent to your email when the scan is ready. How to request a scan of an article
Login to WorldShare (use your TIU username and password)
You can contact a librarian at the Deerfield campus for help using online resources, including ebooks, databases and interlibrary loan.