Welcome to all new students and faculty joining Antioch University New England this semester.
The mission of the Antioch University New England Library is to support the work of our community of learners and professionals. Providing quality service to our patrons is the commitment underlying all of our library efforts.
We recognize the time and physical constraints of adult students in low residency programs by providing personalized reference support and document delivery, both in-house and on-line.
This online virtual library site provides access to our online catalog, hundreds of online databases, and other library services. We encourage all of our patrons to use this site as a gateway to our library.
Please stop by and visit us both on-line and in person. We are ready and eager to respond to all your academic inquiries.
Special welcome to new faculty. We recognize your pivotal role in the academic effort and encourage you to contact us to discuss the library’s academic support services for both research and class preparation.
Who’s My Librarian?
Antioch librarians work with specific departments so that students and faculty can be provided with consistent and individualized research support throughout their time at Antioch. Get to know your librarian as soon as you can — she can be one of your best friends at Antioch!
Find your department below and click on the link to meet your librarian.
- Applied Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Education: Your librarian is Cary Jardine.
- Environmental Studies (master’s & PhD) and Management: Your librarian is Rachel Sperling.