The Bernhard Library is a place where students indulge their curiosity, sharpen their research skills, enhance their ability to think logically, and enjoy reading.
The mission of the library is to support and enrich the school curriculum, inspire a lifelong love of learning and reading, and to empower students to be fully information literate and critical researchers. The library has access to university level research databases and the support of a full time instructional librarian.

The library is a learning commons — a community space that encourages faculty and students to collaborate, communicate, and come together. This central hub on campus is a place where learning goals are joyfully pursued through collaboration between librarians, faculty, and students.

The Bernhard Library collection contains over 11,000 print and audio-visual titles, as well as over 200,000 ebooks. We also subscribe to 15 university level databases, print and digital magazines, and 3 digital newspapers.

List of 2 members.

  • Photo of Peggie Hamilton

    Peggie Hamilton 

    510-652-0111 x229
  • Photo of Amy  Breed

    Amy  Breed 

    Instructional Librarian
    510-652-0111 x 229

mens conscia recti

a mind aware of what is right