Paul J. Gutman LibraryFrom the state-of-the-art
Paul J. Gutman Library
to the hi-tech classrooms of
the Tuttleman Center, Philadelphia University has invested heavily to build an information infrastructure that supports all aspects of the campus community.

Built in 1992, the award-winning Paul J. Gutman Library blends a traditional print collection with continually expanding digital resources.

It is the University's Gateway to Information, with all-new digital collections being announced every year.

Our network provides high-speed access throughout campus from residence halls and administrative offices to classrooms and labs.

Beyond our physical campus, Philadelphia University offers numerous online services.

WebAdvisor is a web-based information management tool that allows Philadelphia University students, staff and faculty to access numerous online resources.

Interested in online education? Many of Philadelphia University's introductory MBA classes and some distance learning are offered online. And to augment the traditional classroom environment, Blackboard, a comprehensive and flexible e-Learning software platform from Blackboard Inc., is used by many professors.

Our Office of Information Resources can be reached at 215.951.4648. The Help Desk is able to assist students, faculty and staff with everything from computer repair to equipment requests.

To find out more about any aspect of information technology at Philadelphia University, contact the Technology Help Desk.

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