10 Missenden Rd,
Camperdown NSW 2050
T +61 2 9394 5000
Committed to academic excellence, St John’s College provides spaces to learn, to study in peace and to collaborate with other students in group workspaces.
The heart of these academic spaces is the Nagle Library, named for our benefactor, Justice John Nagle (1914 – 2009). Fully refurbished in 2018, the Library holds the College’s collection of heritage and general resources and provides study spaces zoned for different learning styles.
The Library is available to current St John’s College students and senior residents and is open 24 hours during semester. Online access is available via our catalogue, Aquila.
College alumni, researchers and other interested parties are invited to contact the Librarian for access.
We greatly appreciate the donation of books, photos and other College memorabilia which have enriched our Library and Archive collections over our history. You will find donation guidelines in the Library’s Collection Development Policy. To discuss a possible donation, please contact the Librarian.
The Philosophical Room holds the College's special collections and the Reading Room holds the General Collection.Collections
Justice John Nagle (1914-2019) generously donated a bequest to restore the Library.Justice John Nagle
Triple loose layout
24 hour secure access during semester
Printing, copying and scanning available using your St John’s student card
WIFI and access to power for your devices
The Nagle Library was officially opened on Wednesday 7 November 2018 by The Hon Rob Stokes MP and blessed by the Most Rev Terence Brady DD VG.View Gallery
St John’s College applicants demonstrate academic achievement, an appetite for future academic success, active participation in school life and commitment to community through service.