The John W. Graham Library offers a number of services to University of Toronto community members including research consultations, faculty research and course support, instruction in research and information-seeking strategies, group study spaces and computer workstations. Click on the menu items on your right to learn more about borrowing services, technology support, and resources for students, faculty and alumni.
- Please use the book drop located to the immediate left of the east-side library entrance to return all Graham Library materials or return directly to the Circulation Desk.
- Patrons will continue to have access to their library account online.
- Any questions about fulfillment services should be directed to email@example.com.
The Graham Library InfoExpress Service for Trinity and Wycliffe College faculty and TST Trinity Divinity and Wycliffe graduate students is available! If an item is available in a digital format, delivery is possible within 24-hours. Please see below for access to items in the library’s print collection. For more information or to make a request for an item, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reference & Research Support
- First-year Trinity College students may continue to contact their personal librarians for consultations via e-mail, online chat, or videoconference.
- International Relations, Ethic Society & Law, and Trinity One students requesting research assistance should contact the Instructional & Reader Services Librarian, Courtney Lundrigan, for consultations via e-mail, online chat, or videoconference.
- Divinity students can contact the Instruction & Theology Librarian, Rebekah Bedard, for research consultations via e-mail, online chat, or videoconference.
Access to Print Collection is open to all persons entering the library.