AGTS Library - General Information
Cordas C. Burnett Library
The Cordas C. Burnett Library is the major information resource center of AGTS, incorporating both a physical resource center along with an increasingly vast array of digital resources that can be made available to students throughout the world. Located in the beautiful home of AGTS, the Michael & Frances Cardone, Sr. Building, this two-level facility provides students with a pleasant, quiet atmosphere and a wealth of resources for the pursuit of serious graduate study.
While the AGTS facility has approximately a 135,000-volume capacity, its holdings currently consist of:
- 121,279 bound volumes
- 79,929 microforms
- 5,557 audio-visuals
- about 300 current periodical subscriptions
- A significant number of online databases, collectively licensed by Evangel University libraries
The holdings include an extensive biblical, theological, and missiological collection, augmented by the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center located at the Assemblies of God General Council in Springfield, as well as a collection of counseling resources. The library includes materials representing a variety of viewpoints due to the nature and objectives of the seminary.
The facility includes a computer center, equipped with 16 computers, a laser printer, a copy machine/scanner/color printer, and a laptop printing station for student use and provides access to productivity software, library resources and the Internet. The library also provides access to a a wireless network throughout the facilities.
The AGTS Library is now part of the Evangel University Library System. Information concerning resources available from the Klaude Kendrick Library is available on the Evangel website.