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 access 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. We have an Ask-a-Librarian service that will aid you in accessing the information you need.
Monday-Friday: 4:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Saturday: 8:30 am – 2:30 pm
Tel: (954) 382-6561
Fax: (954) 382-6420
E-mail: [email protected]
Search the TIU-Florida library catalog. You can also search books available at our Deerfield library, though there is a fee charge for books shipped to our campus.
Rolfing Library Loan & Online Services
The James E. Rolfing Memorial Library at TIU contains a circulating collection of more than 200,000 volumes and 1,300 periodical subscriptions.
Students at TIU-Florida are provided with library loan privileges to books found in Trinity Deerfield’s Rolfing Library. Florida faculty, staff and students will work through the librarian at TIU-Florida, who will make requests for the patron. The cost of postage in both directions will be charged to the patron’s library account.
Students may also request articles from print journals owned by the Trinity Deerfield campus. Articles will be scanned and emailed to the person. Contact the librarian at the Florida Regional Center, who will make the requests.
TIU’s Online Database Subscriptions
Students can search over 20 general, theological, business, and psychology databases, including ATLA Religion Database, Academic Search Premier, Business Source Elite, and PsycINFO. Click on the link “Article Databases” (below) for access.
Books & Media
Other Available Libraries
SEFLIN – Trinity International University, Florida Regional Center Library 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 or speak to your librarian.
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.