April 11 to September 6, 2016: By appointment only.
Note: The Library will be closed on Friday July 29th.
Hamilton location by appointment only
Our library is open to the public for research purposes. Our library staff will be happy to assist you with your research requests by email (email@example.com) or by phone (416-979-2331 ext. 250).
Due to the current space constraints at ICS, we request that all non-ICS members contact the librarian in order to make an appointment.
Faculty and graduate students of ICS and the University of Toronto, including the Toronto School of Theology may borrow books. The general loan period is 4 weeks.
The 60,000 volume collection is centred on reformational and foundational studies, philosophy, philosophy of the disciplines, biblical studies, and the Calvinian tradition (e.g. Groen van Prinsterer, Kuyper, Dooyeweerd, Vollenhoven, and Rookmaaker). It includes collections of Herman Dooyeweerd, M.C. Smit, Bernard Zylstra and George Vandervelde. There are Dutch materials, dissertations from the Free University in Amsterdam, student papers, theses and dissertations, and faculty works. The library subscribes to specialised journals such as Faith and Philosophy, Fides et Historia, and La revue reformée.
Since 2009, a large portion of the ICS library has been moved to a temporary storage facility at 625 Concession St., Hamilton. Items may be requested for consultation at ICS. Expect a 24-48 hour turn-around. If you wish, you can make an appointment with the librarian to do your research at our Hamilton location.
A new collection on Faith & Learning has been established. This collection is focussed on materials which explore the relationship of Christian faith and intellectual scholarship.
University of Toronto Libraries
ICS students and faculty with a valid University of Toronto library card may use the University's libraries, borrow books, and access electronic resources, such as electronic indexes and journals.
ICS Institutional Repository
The repository facilitates access to our research, creative works, and publications by collecting, sharing and archiving content selected and deposited by our faculty, graduate students and staff.
Faculty, graduate students and staff can use the institutional repository to set up collections and deposit content into the collection. To inquire about establishing a new collection, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org