Our Online Library
The IT office is located in the library.
IT support is available for students from 8am.
Years 7–10: 3 Fiction books / 4 Non-Fiction items
Years 11-12: 3 Fiction books / 6 Non-Fiction items
Chromebooks can be borrowed for one day.
All students must present their College ID Card to borrow items from the library.
Our library has a range of faciliies to support our students in their studies. Students have access to the general library area in which they may work independently or in small groups to complete homework and assessment tasks. There are comfortable couches positioned for silent reading, and our booths provide a great space for card/board games during breaks.
Study rooms are available for students working in larger groups - please see the library staff to book a study room.
More than 15,000 ebooks and audiobooks are available for loan through our eLibrary.
Printing, photocopying and scanning is also available for students. Click here for more information.
St Patrick's Marist College Library is a teaching and learning resource. Its mission is to support the College's focus on the formation of people with "strong minds and gentle hearts". The library provides personnel, resources and learning spaces that contribute to the teaching and learning that occurs within the College. The library is thus directly involved in the process of challenging and nurturing "each student to become an informed, thinking person who acts with the compassion of Jesus, and the reflective heart of Mary, in creating a more just world."
The library at St Patrick’s Marist College, Dundas contributes to the teaching and learning within the College by supporting the formal and informal curriculum needs of the College. It does this by: promoting good teaching and learning practice; and by providing students, teachers, and staff with access to current, adequate, and appropriate information resources so that they may have the opportunities to develop as effective users of information.
The library is committed to: the development of good teaching and learning practice; and to the ordered and disciplined organisation of its resources and services. It works in partnership with the teaching staff to create a warm and friendly environment, thereby allowing positive interaction between staff and students so that all may ultimately fulfill their full potential as people of hope and justice. (2010)