Library details: Archbishop Alemany Library is an Academic library.
This library is affiliated with Dominican University of California (view map) . The collection of the library contains 117,448 volumes. The library circulates 19,118 items per year. The library serves a population of 1,700 FTE Enrollment.
Other Info: Archbishop Alemany Library at Dominican University of California, named in honor of Joseph Sadoc Alemany, first Archbishop of San Francisco, opened its doors to the college community on April 17, 1963. Designed by Howard Friedman and Henry Schubart in collaboration with Sister Marguerite, the college librarian at the time, it was one of seven libraries to be awarded for architectural excellence in the 1964 American Institute of Architects Library Building Awards Program.
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Administration: The director of the library is Gary Gorka .
Organizational structure: The library is part of a privately-funded organization. It operates on a Non-profit financial model.
Academic Level: The library Serves an educational institution at the University level. The Carnegie Foundation designates this institution as: Master's Colleges and Universities I (level 21).
|Expenditures Reported to National Center for Education Statistics|
|Product Name||Year Contracted|
|Current Automation System||Sierra||2012|
|Previous Automation System||Millennium||1996|
|Previous Automation System||Innopac||1996|
|Discovery Service (w/index)||EBSCO Discovery Service||2015|
|Discovery Interface||WorldCat Local||2015|
|The library participates in the shared automation system provided by the MARINet (view map)|
|WorldCat Registry ID||251|
Record History: This listing was created on Jun 7, 1997 and was last modified on May 21, 2018.
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