Children’s Literature Center

The Children’s Literature Center can be found on the third floor of the Smith library. It is named in honor of the late Nancy Larrick Crosby: author, editor and former trustee of the university. The Center is comprised of nonfiction and fiction books geared towards usage by the education program at Shenandoah University. Categories include Read More

Feltner Museum at 9 Court Square

This historic property in downtown Winchester, formerly known as 9 Court Square, is a complex of seven buildings situated on the first public lots surveyed by James Wood in 1744, in what became Winchester in 1752. The property was a donation from Mr. Wilbur M. Feltner in 2011. The Read More

Music Scores and Sheet Music

Among scores, we have an impressive and ever-growing reference set of collected works representing over 50 composers in the finest critical editions available. In addition to sets devoted to individual composers, we have nine monuments or collected editions of music and historical editions arranged by genre and country. All these authoritative sources include exhaustive notes, Read More

Special Collections and EUB Archives

Shenandoah University Special Collections include archival materials relating to the university (Shenandoah Collection), theses, dissertations and yearbooks, rare or unusual books, an extensive early-20th century sheet music collection, materials relating to the Evangelical United Brethren, and a collection of almost 300 hymnals from several denominations. As a rule, Read More

Theses and Dissertations Shenandoah

University Masters Theses and Doctoral Dissertations include more than 640 items. Over 500 of these items are bound in hard-copy format. They are located on the main floor of Smith Library, in the Reference study room. Beginning in 2003, all theses and dissertations are stored in the electronically accessible Portable Document Format (PDF). Access Read More

VIVA Consortium

The Virtual Library of Virginia (VIVA) is the consortium of the nonprofit academic libraries within the Commonwealth of Virginia. Members include all of Virginia’s state-assisted colleges and universities, as well as 34 private, nonprofit institutions and the Library of Virginia. Many of Shenandoah online resources are provided through our participation in VIVA.