The library's stacks

Description: The Library’s collection is comprised of approximately 70,000 volumes, 200 current titles of magazines and newspapers.  It also includes CDs, DVDs, as well as electronic materials such as databases, digitized encyclopedias, and digitized books and periodicals.  The collection covers all disciplines and the arts, predominantly in the Greek and English languages, but also in French and German.

Organization: The collection has been catalogued into major topics both in Greek and English, in accordance with the Library of Congress' subject headings, and is classified by the Dewey Decimal System.