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The College of St. Scholastica Library Friends  

Information regarding The College of St. Scholastica Library Friends community including contribution levels, benefits, newsletters, current friends, and how to join.
Last Updated: Mar 20, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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The Library

Chapel and Grounds
Our Lady Queen of Peace Chapel
Until its renovation in the mid-1980's, the College Library was located below the Chapel [photo circa 1950s].


The Charter of the Friends of the CSS Library

The Charter

Our second annual Homecoming Friends event was a huge success! It was so gratifying to unveil the completed charter with your names on it and also the ScholastiCAT drawing featured on our tee-shirts by librarian Todd White. Our next newsletter is coming out soon with pictures and more information on all sorts of Library activities. 

"Whatever book I want to have I can get on loan from any library, while if I wanted to borrow money to buy these books I should find no one who would lend it to me."
 -Ibn Hayyan, 13th century historian.



For over a thousand years, Benedictines have recognized the important role libraries play in fostering spiritual and intellectual growth. The College of St. Scholastcia Library Friends community continues this tradition by supporting the CSS Library's mission and providing supplemental resources for special projects and events.


How to Join

Please contact the Library for information on how to join.

Address:  The College of St. Scholastica Library | 1200 Kenwood Avenue | Duluth, MN  55811

Telephone:  (218) 723-6140
Toll free: (ask to be transferred to the Library): 1-800-447-5444


All donations are tax deductible.

Links to Newsletters

Our second newsletter will be coming out in December of 2013.

Here are links to the past newsletters:


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