Buswell Memorial Library
With collections located at Buswell Memorial Library and the third floor of the Billy Graham Center, the Wheaton College Library Collection has the largest library collection of liberal-arts colleges in the state of Illinois. Home to one million items, including 370,000 books, and subscribing to thousands of journals in print and online, the resources of the library are almost unlimited through extensive cooperative programs with other libraries. More than 1,400 students and faculty visit each day during the academic year to use the Buswell Memorial Library facilities including reading rooms and the computer lab.
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Wheaton College Archives and Special Collections
Located on the third floor of the Billy Graham Center, the Wheaton College Archives and Special Collections exists to document the history of Wheaton College and its predecessor the Illinois Institute. It is home to collections of documents, papers, and photographs about the people, publications, and events that are a part of the over 150 year Wheaton tradition, and the Illinois Institute before it. Including collections on the presidents of Wheaton College and other notable figures that are a part of Wheaton's history, the Archives and Special Collections cover a wide range of topics including religion, literature, the natural sciences, history, and social justice.
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