The Sullivan Archives contains a reference collection of Sullivan University historical materials. Included in the collection are web-based archival materials incorporating a searchable database of the Sullivan Herald, the university newsletter; catalogs; graduation information; and class pictures.
Video and audiocassettes are located on the main level interfiled with the library's book collection in Dewey Decimal order.
The library has a large screen monitor connected to a computer and VCR which faculty may reserve for in-library viewing of videocassettes, or for in-library database instruction. Please contact the library staff to reserve this equipment and a room.
The library's collection consists of business, management, culinary, travel, and general education texts as well as some leisure materials. These materials are arranged in Dewey Decimal order and may be located using the library's web-based card catalog.
The library's current periodical collection comprises some 200+ magazines, journals, newsletters, and newspapers. The most recent issue and year of each of these titles is available on the top shelves on the main level, west wing of the library. Issues for prior years are stored on the lower level, west wing.
View detailed information on the library periodical indexes available in either paper or electronic formats.
The library provides access to a variety of electronic databases including: PROQUEST, a comprehensive database of business, management, computer science, and career education journals - many with full text; many thousands of bibliographic and full text sources through EBSCOHOST and KYVL gateways; indexing to over 20 culinary periodicals in the CULINARY PERIODICAL INDEX; OPPOSING VIEWPOINTS RESOURCE CENTER providing comprehensive information on differing points of view regarding current social issues; over 25,000 items of full text on the LEXIS-NEXIS databases; and Internet access.