The Concordia libraries are flexible spaces where students, faculty and the community can read, connect, collaborate, learn, create, study, investigate, reflect or just be. Students in the library are learning in different environments from virtually to collaboration and to individual investigation. Our librarians support the school’s academic rigor by teaching research skills. By continuously curating a rich collection of print and digital resources, the librarians meet the diverse needs of the Concordia learning community. With flexible spaces, equipment, advice, research options to get expert information, and access to exciting literature, the librarians strive for all members of the Concordia community to become lifelong learners—critical thinkers who are ethical users and creators of information.

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Flexible Environment

From Parent Coffees to individual study, our flexible learning environments offer creativity and function.

Engaging Resources

With over 10,000 e-books, 70 databases, 40,000 books in print, and dozens of magazines and newspapers, we offer a rich diverse collection to our community.

Empowering Readers

Whether it's a traditional book or digital resource, we have a story for everyone.