The Blough-Weis Library plays a major role in supporting Susquehanna University's curriculum.
Types of materials included in the collections are:
- books and eBooks
- journal articles and newspapers in electronic, print and mircro-formats
- DVDs, videos and music CDs
- scores/sheet music in print and online
- digital images, including SU's history and the Lanthorns (yearbooks)
- the University Archives
Students, faculty and staff can access the majority of these resources electronically from any networked computer using their university email login and password.
Over 341,000 print volumes and 67,000+ eBooks. Circulating books are located primarily on the second floor and lower level (compact shelving area). Subject strengths include Business and Management, Communications, Elizabethan Studies, Environmental Studies, Literature, Music, Film and Theatre, Pennsylvania German Culture, and Religious Studies. Books circulate for 4 weeks.
Search books/eBooks listed in the Library catalog.
Over 50,000 full-text journals and hundreds of national and international newspapers are available through subscription databases, print and microforms. Scholarly, popular and trade journals in all disciplines support the curriculum.
Find articles using the online databases.
Search for specific periodicals held by the library.
Over 8,680 DVDs/VHS Tapes and Audio/Music CDs are available in the Media Center, lower level of the library. The film collection includes documentaries, instructional films, and American and foreign feature films. Films circulate for two days if they are not on Reserve for a course. There is also an extensive collection of classical and popular music on CDs, which circulates for four weeks.
Search the complete list of DVDs, VHS tapes and CDs
Over 4,750 printed scores are located in the Media Center. The library has an extensive book and score collection to support Susquehanna's strong program in music.
Search for printed scores in the library's catalog
Several digital projects are underway or completed. All of the Lanthorns, the student yearbook, have been digitized from the first publication in 1897 to the present. A project is underway to mount images outlining Susquehanna's History, which began in 1858. Several hundred images are currently available for viewing. Other digital resources can be found on the SU Digital Image Resources page, which provides links to subscription image databases and Web sources.
View the Yearbooks
View SU History on the Web
Visit the SU Digital Image page
The University Archives contains documents and memorabilia related to the school’s founding, growth and development up to the present. Included are yearbooks, student newspapers (the Crusader), papers of university presidents, and thousands of photographs capturing documents, events and people from the earliest days to the present. Students often conduct research in the archives in connection with course research and instruction.