The William Jessup University Library provides access to millions of articles through about 40 electronic databases. You can search all our holdings at once using EBSCO Discovery Service.
If you choose a database that specializes in your subject you might find you get a better search results than searching all the datbases at once (i.e. for Bible and Theology choose ATLA).
To help you find databases that specialize in your subject, we have several Resources for your Subject pages.
If you are looking for a specific journal, go to our Periodical Finder.
The William Jessup University Library subscribes to a variety of periodicals in print format. The three most recent issues of each is kept on the shelves under the window in the main reading room. The back issues are kept in storage. Ask a the front desk and we will retrieve the issue you need.
Can't find it here? If you find you need a book or article that the Jessup library does not hold, we can borrow it for you from another library. Search for it in Worldcat, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some common questions...
What is EBSCO and how do I use it?
My paper is due tomorrow, how do I get articles?
I need to find peer reviewed articles, how do I do that?
What journals can I get in print format?
Can alumni access the databases from off-campus?