Located in Regents' Hall, the Science Library serves the departments of biology, chemistry, MSCS (Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science), Physics, and Psychology.
Located in the Christiansen Hall of Music, the Music Library contains all music books and scores, as well as music periodicals, sound recordings, music videos, and choral music.
Rolvaag houses the major portion of the St. Olaf Libraries' collection, including books, periodicals, government publications, and DVDs.
Supports the study of the life and thought of 19th-century Danish philosopher, Søren Kierkegaard. Located on the first floor of the Rolvaag Library building.
Unique and rare materials in the Libraries' Special Collections are available for use by appointment.
Digitized materials from various campus collections, including the Libraries, Archives, and NAHA.
A repository of historical materials relating to the founding and growth of St. Olaf College including photographs, minutes, correspondences, reports, an index to The Manitou Messenger, and much more. Located on the first floor of the Rolvaag Library building.
An archives of letters, papers, books, periodicals, and newspapers related to Norwegian-American life. Located on the first floor of the Rolvaag Library building.