The campus Library is located in the middle of Johnson University’s scenic Knoxville site. The Glass Memorial Library is named after John and Cora Glass, and first opened its doors in 1964. It was expanded in 1989, and offers a comfortable atmosphere for study and research, complete with wireless Internet access and a computer lab.
This spacious library holds over 100,000 volumes of books and media, including an impressive theological library and the historical archives of the University. An array of online resources (e-books, e-references, article databases, etc.) supports all areas of study offered at Johnson University.
In addition, the library’s helpful staff is available to assist students with their research and information needs. For more information on the library staff, resources, and hours, please see the links below.