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?

St. Andrew's Library  & Emmanuel St-Chad      

Lutheran Theological Seminary Library   

Horizon College Library
1121 College Drive 114 Seminary Crescent 1303 Jackson Avenue
306-966-8983 306-966-7869 306-374-6655
Email St. Andrews  Email LTS Email Horizon
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5.          What are the Library hours of operations?

             **Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all STU Library locations are currently closed**

We expect to re-open for the Fall 2020 semester. If you have any questions or concerns, please email standrews.library@usask.ca or lts.library@usask.ca 

Horizon College & Seminary Library is closed and not staffed currently. Resources and services for Horizon College & Seminary students, staff and faculty are reduced. Horizon students, staff, and faculty may request items from the other STU Libraries.

(Hours updated April 3, 2020)


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.  
6. 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. 

7. 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.