Recognizing the importance of independent research and learning, as part of the academic program, Anatolia College provides a library for the use of students, faculty and staff members. The first library of Anatolia was founded in 1924.

The current library, named after its donors, Socrates Eleftheriades and Olga Mavrophidou-Eleftheriades, opened in 1989 replacing the library which was located in the Kirides Science Building.

Students, faculty, staff and alumni of Anatolia are the primary users of this library which aims at the provision of materials, equipment and training for its students, faculty and staff in order to enable them to satisfy their academic and personal informational and recreational reading needs.

The Anatolia College Library shares an integrated library management system with the Bissell library of the American College of Thessaloniki. Access to both collections is available through the web-base.

Click here for the Anatolia Online Catalog

Click here for the suggested reading list for Christmas 2016







Eleftheriades Library Schedule


Monday, Tuesday & Thursday: 8:00 - 19:30

Wednesday & Friday: 8:00 - 15:20

Weekends: Closed


Eleftheriades Library Staff

Voula Tantanozi-Simmonds: Head Librarian

Georgia Konstantinidou: Greek Language Librarian

Ankine Kouyioumtzian: Library Assistant

For inquiries please ring: 2310 398352

History Summary of the Eleftheriades Library

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