The Wiley College
Providing resources to support students and instructional programs
Dr. Martha López Coleman
Director of Library Services
Office: (903) 927-3275 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Library Hours & Location
Monday – Friday
8:00am – 5:00pm
Temporary Library Lab
Pemberton (next to the Registrar’s Office)
The Thomas Winston Cole, Sr. Library exists to provide a relevant quality collection of learning resources, in a variety of formats, which will support the educational needs of students and support the instructional programs of Wiley College. Cooperatively selected by faculty, students, and the College librarians, these learning resources are designed to help develop the whole person. The library seeks not only to provide adequate and functional facilities in which users can find comfort in studying and exchanging ideas with fellow knowledge seekers, but also to provide efficient services such as information literacy, bibliographic instruction, inter-library loan, reference, and electronic services. The library is committed to keeping its users abreast of modern instructional and administrative technology. It is dedicated to promoting internal and external communication by using computer databases and network information resources. Learning resources in all formats, adequate facilities, a wide range of user services, and integrated technologies enable the Thomas Winston Cole, Sr. Library to produce viable instructional programs that will equip students with marketable skills for the 21st Century.
Library Online Resources
Wiley Wildcats have access to over 70 databases!
Contact the Director of Library Services for User IDs and Passwords
(No Login Required)