Access library books, DVDs, audiobooks, and other materials from Wesley and other DE libraries:
Wesley library cards are available for free to all Wesley College students, faculty, and staff. Your card may be used to borrow books, audiobooks, DVDs, and more from Wesley College and all of the public libraries in Delaware, as well as Wilmington University and the Delaware Technical & Community College libraries. To get your library card, please visit the library circulation desk or click here to get started.
Patrons from other libraries in the Delaware Library Consortium are welcome to explore the unique resources that Wesley has to offer and may check out books from Wesley with their public library card at no charge. **Due to COVID-19 public access to the campus has been temporarily restricted.** For more information call (302) 736-2413.
Holds vs. ILLs
As a Wesley student, you have access to millions more resources than you’ll find on campus. Items from Delaware public libraries can be put on hold and items from other colleges and universities can be request through Inter-Library Loan (ILL). What’s the difference between a Hold and an Inter-Library Loan (ILL)?
Can’t find it in our catalog or any of our databases? Please email Martha Boyd at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- Name (first and last)
- Type of Publication (book/article/other)
- Details about the item you are requesting:
- For an Article: title, name of the journal, author(s), journal issue and number, publication date, pages, where you got the information (such as ProQuest).
- For a Book: title, author, publication date, where you got the information
- For Another Format (such as DVD or CD): title, artist/author/director, publication date, where you got the information
If you’re in need of a textbook for study, visit the Academic Success Center (ASC – PL107). Many current textbooks are available in the ASC for use while studying there. Additionally, some professors provide items on ‘Reserve’ that may be used while in the library. Please visit the library circulation desk to use items on the Reserve List.
George Washington Society Collection
The George Washington Society is a non-political historical group, founded in May of 1982, dedicated to the promotion of a better understanding of George Washington and his ideals, achievements and contributions. The group cooperates with Mount Vernon on promoting educational resources, and has established similar programs for the public, including co-sponsoring an annual essay contest for high school students. Occasionally, the group takes trips to places of historic interest. Members can also participate by volunteering to speak on an appropriate subject of historical interest.
As the membership grew, the Society began collecting books and memorabilia relating to Washington. This collection is now housed in the archives of Wesley College. (Full finding aid here.) The items in the George Washington Collection span from 1789 – 2016 and include books, papers, photographs, art work, and memorabilia.