The Queen’s University library system includes six libraries in five facilities: the Bracken Health Sciences Library, the Engineering and Science Library and W.D. Jordan Special Collections (located in the Douglas Library Building), the Education Library, the Lederman Law Library and the Joseph S. Stauffer Library.
Joseph S. Stauffer Library houses the art, business, humanities and social sciences, music, and MADGIC (Maps, Data, Government Information Centre) collections. A majority of the Religious Studies collection of books and printed journals, therefore, are at Stauffer. It is also home to the Writing Centre and the Adaptive Technology Centre.
To learn more about Stauffer Library, you can take a virtual tour.