The Wroxton College Library is in the heart of the Abbey, with beautiful views of the College grounds. The Library is made up of five separate rooms, housing over 17,000 books.
The Guilford Library is devoted to Literature, Drama, Poetry and Art. It also contains a selection of books on Architecture and Photography. The Guilford Library is a silent room, for those students that work best without any distractions.
The Pope Library has books on International Business, Media & Communication, Psychology, Global Issues, the Anatomy of Britain, Education, Social Policy, Sociology and Women and Race.
The North Library contains our History and Politics sections.
The Reading Room serves the three libraries and the student body as a whole. Newspapers, journals, periodicals, magazines and a selection of novels are all available in the Reading Room.
The George III Room houses the Bruce George collection. The collection covers a wide range of subjects, including history, politics, religion, sport and entertainment.
The Library is open twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week and is solely for the use of the student body and College faculty.
The FDU Digital Archives collection consists of unique items from the university's archives, including documents, photos and pictures from Wroxton’s history both as an Abbey and latterly as a College.