Lindell Library empowers learners to search for and think critically about information both within the Augsburg Community and beyond.
Lindell Library is the second building south of Riverside Avenue on the west side of 22nd Avenue. We are just south of the University of Minnesota’s West Bank campus.
Our mailing address is:
2211 Riverside Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55454
Augsburg College campus map and parking information (the library is number 10)
Learning Commons Desk: 612-330-1604
Circulation Desk: 612-330-1017
Student TechDesk: 612-330-1400
Archives & Galleries
Because the College Archives and Special Collections are staffed on a limited basis, assistance is available by appointment only. For assistance, contact Kristin Anderson, College Archivist:
By e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
By telephone: (612) 330-1285
The Archives and Special Collections at Augsburg College include:
- Information relating to the College’s history
- Limited information on former faculty, staff and alumni
- The College’s permanent art collection
- The Nordic Music Collection
You can find an overview of the history of Augsburg College in two books that we have scanned and provide online:
Chrislock, C. H. (1969). From fjord to freeway: 100 years, Augsburg College. Minneapolis: Augsburg College.
Nelson, R. C., & Wood, D. (2000). The Anderson chronicles: An intimate portrait of Augsburg College, 1963-1997. Minneapolis, Minn: Kirk House Publishers.
The student Yearbook is called the Augsburgian.
Art is often featured in the library. See the Augsburg Art Galleries website for more information about art on campus.