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Evergreen Open-Source Integrated Library System (ILS)

What is Evergreen?

William Jessup University's Paul Nystrom Library uses an innovative open-source Integrated Library System called Evergreen. Evergreen was developed originally by a consortium of public libraries in Georgia. In late 2008, WJU became one of the first academic libraries to implement Evergreen. It has been a stable product.

Events in the Library

Torah Scroll Exhibition

Have you ever wondered what the Hebrew Text that lies behind the Old Testament looks like? What might reading the Old Testament have involved for Peter, James, John and Jesus?

Ask a Librarian


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Citation Help

It is important to properly document sources in academic writing. The reference librarians can help with some of the technical aspects of MLA, APA and Turabian Style. We also provide access to web based resources and make recommendations of other helpful tools and websites, some of which you will find below.

Student Circulation Policies

The Paul Nystrom Library maintains regular operating hours during the Fall and Spring semesters and observes all WJU staff holidays. For all other times throughout the year, the WJU Library may set special operating hours based on the University calendar and current SPS cohorts.

A - Z list of print periodical holdings

  • The 4 most recent issues of all print periodicals are located in the main reading room under the windows.

Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary loan service allows WJU library patrons to borrow materials from other libraries around the country. Review the following policies and procedures, then submit the appropriate online request form.

About Us

One of the best theological libraries in the Sacramento area, the Paul Nystrom Library of William Jessup University houses hundreds of thousands of books, periodicals, journals, CDs, DVDs, audio and videotapes in our physical and electronic collections.

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