At Gratz College, the Library comes to you.
The Edna and Stanley Tuttleman Library is a private, academic library that primarily supports the online graduate programs of Gratz College.
A place of connection for contemporary adult student engagement, the Library offers quality resources and dedicated staff to build confidence and ensure academic success at the graduate level.
Jewish Exponent (1887-1990)
The Jewish Exponent is a weekly community newspaper in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and the second-oldest continuously published Jewish newspaper in the United States. Digital access provided by ProQuest- Historical Newspapers.
Library Staff and Services
The Tuttleman Library is here to provide you with academic support throughout your time at Gratz College. The Library is understood as the print and digital resources in the collections and the staff providing you with access to materials and the assistance to complete your coursework and research.
We can help you locate information and evaluate your resources to make sure you are getting the most accurate information available. We can help you navigate the Web, discover helpful resources, or figure out which questions to ask to zero in on the best results. We also offer recommendations to save your work and create a personal library while completing your coursework and your dissertation, thesis, or capstone.
While the library operates largely online, we provide services to access print materials and use of physical spaces. Please use the sidebar on the right to see how we can assist you!
Meet the Library Director
Donna Guerin, MLIS
My professional interests include access and preservation, socio-technological trends and communication, and the role of libraries in building communities. I love that Gratz touches on all of those things without being a traditional campus library. My staff and I tailor our work toward student-driven demands while providing high-quality resources and services. Take advantage of what the library has to offer!