Milton Good Library
Welcome to the Milton Good Library. How can we help you?
New! Writing Centre Drop-In
Students can talk with a teaching associate about any writing assignment of project on a first-come, first-served basis. Drop-in day at the Milton Good Library is Thursdays, 12-2, beginning September 18. For a full list of drop-in locations, see: https://uwaterloo.ca/writing-centre/drop-locations.
Library & Archives Window
A photo gallery of happenings in the Milton Good Library and Mennonite Archives of Ontario.
The Milton Good Library serves the teaching needs of the college in Music, Peace and Conflict Studies, Mennonite Studies, Religious Studies, and Theology with a collection of over 56,000 items and access to key online databases. It is part of the Tri-Universitry Group of Libraries (TUG) system, a partnership of University of Waterloo, Wilfrid Laurier University, and University of Guelph. Primo is the online catalogue of TUG and includes the resources of all its member libraries. Our library holdings are identified by their location in the Primo system.
The Library is the major depository in eastern Canada of Mennonite publications and houses the largest collection in Canada of Anabaptist works. In other words, we try to collect everything published by or about Mennonites! This includes the latest books, periodicals, and genealogies, as well as 16th century hand-coloured monographs, in multiple languages.
The Mennonite Archives of Ontario, located within the library, collects, preserves, and makes available the unpublished records of Mennonites, Amish, and other related groups in Ontario.