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Welcome to the Shoen Library at Marylhurst University

Whether your focus is academic theory, professional practice, or a combination of the two, you’ll find abundant scholarly resources – books, journals, research databases – as well as computer labs, cozy study spaces and knowledgeable, helpful librarians to support you.

Search the Shoen Library and Beyond


Find Articles Using Shoen Library Databases:

Databases A-Z | Databases by Subject

Featured Databases

EBSCOhost Databases – Search several databases for citations, abstracts and full-text articles from thousands of journals. Click here to see a short video on searching these databases.

Find a Journal: eJournals A-Z

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Using RefWorks

Library Hours

Summer Term (through 9/7)
Mon – Fri: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Sat: 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Closed Labor Day weekend: Sept 1-3

Shoen Library will close for the final time on
Friday, Sept. 7

Computer Lab Schedules

Contact the Library

 Ask the Librarian (Online Chat)
24/7 Support and Help

Streff Gallery
is open during library hours.
Current Exhibition

Library Location
On Marylhurst University’s campus:
17600 Pacific HWY (HWY 43)
Marylhurst, OR 97036
Map & Directions

Additional Library Resources


Marylhurst Digital Thesis Collection

Students in the Graduate Department of Interdisciplinary Studies and the Graduate Department of Religious Studies are eligible to provide a digital copy of a thesis for the collection.

Marylhurst Digital Thesis Collection

The Art Gym Exhibition Catalogs

Since opening at Marylhurst University in 1980, The Art Gym has published exhibition catalogs for featured artists of the Pacific Northwest.

The Art Gym Exhibition Catalogs

Digital Media Resources

The online learning resources feature a variety of digital formats including streaming video, visual images, streaming music and interactive language learning.

Digital Media Resources