STU Libraries

  1. How do I obtain a Library Card?

    • Contact the Librarians during Library hours to obtain a card

  2. Who can use the libraries?

    • Anyone can have an STU Library card and borrow library materials. Our reading rooms are open for the public to access during opening hours. 

  3. How do I contact the Librarians?

    • You can email the librarians by clicking here .

  4. What is the loan policy?
  • 3 week loan period. Resources can be renewed up to 5 times.
  • No fines on regular loans; reserve book fine is $1/day.
  • Books can be borrowed and returned to any library.  2 - 3 days for books to be delivered.
  • We provide a mail service for distance students to request resources.
    5. Where are the libraries located in Saskatoon and how do I contact them?

Saskatoon Theological Union Library   

Horizon College Library
1121 College Drive 1303 Jackson Avenue
306-966-8983 306-374-6655
Email STU Library Email Horizon

    6. What are the Library hours of operations?

Saskatoon Theological Union Library
(Hours beginning September 8th)
Monday - Thursday: 7:45 am - 5:30 pm
Friday: 7:45 am - 4:30 pm
  • Masks are mandatory in public spaces
  • Patrons are encouraged to call or email ahead with lists of books they would like.
  • Holds will be placed on a table in the library for quick pickup.
  • Patrons can request a curbside pickup.
  • Limit your stay to 1 hour max.
  • 5 patron max in the Reading Room.


Horizon College & Seminary Library
(Current hours)
Monday - Thursday: 8:30 am - 8:00 pm
Friday: 10:00 am - 3:30 pm
Saturday: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
  • Masks are mandatory in public spaces
  • Patrons are encouraged to call or email ahead with lists of books they would like.
  • Holds can be picked up from the shelf outside the library door.

     7. What special services does the library provide?

The library also features a collection of books related to Emanuel Swedenborg, a seventeenth century Swedish theologian. Swedenborgian churches or Church of the New Jerusalem still exist in Canada and the United States. 

Currently located at the Lutheran Theological Seminary, the library provides a collection of resources focussed on Mennonite and Anabaptist information.  This collection was established based on a donation from Walter and Ruth Klaassen.  The collection is currently under review and will be a feature of the new collected library resources available at the St. Andrew's location in September, 2020. This special collection includes numerous primary source documents.  

     8. Why can't I get an integrated listing of the library's physical and on-line resources?

The library is located on the University of Saskatchewan campus.  This provides the advantage of accessing the University on-line resources while on campus, but means that the STU on-line resources must be protected with password access to differentiate from the University resources, since we fall within their proxy zone.
As a result, we provide a direct listiing of our physical resources through our catalog, and access to our on-line resoures through the links from the catalog.  We continue to seek an integrated service and improved access to our resources.  Any specific questions should be addressed to library staff.