The Library of Heythrop College, built up during the College’s 400-year history, has important collections in Theology, Religious Studies, Canon Law, Patristics, Church History and Philosophy.
Following the closure of Heythrop College, the Heythrop Library collection, comprising over 200,000 volumes, is being housed in storage facilities used by the University of London. Members of Senate House Library are now able to search the online catalogue and request items from the Heythrop Library collection. The materials will be brought from storage either the same day (if ordered before 11am) or the next day, for use in the library’s reading rooms or borrowed by those who have borrowing rights. The library continues to purchase books and journals to keep up-to-date and to maintain itself as a great resource for those engaged in philosophy and theology studies as well as members of the public engaged in personal development in these areas of study.
Details of membership of the Senate House Library and of borrowing rights can be found on the Senate house website.
Details of how many books can be borrowed by members and for how long can also be found on the Senate House Library website.
To access the Heythrop Library catalogue via Senate House, go to this link:
For further details, please contact the Head Librarian, Michael Morgan by email.