The Robert McCormack Library was completed in 1988 and named in honour of Corpus Christi College’s founding Principal, Father Robert McCormack. The mission of our Library is to provide the best possible education for secondary students in a Catholic community environment.
The College Library provides students with a safe and engaging place to study before and after school, under the supervision of staff. We have several dedicated learning spaces available for students to use including:
A reading area
Desked research area
Corner booths for quiet group work
Private Year 12 study room
At Corpus Christi College students can also access a range of online curated resources including:
Purpose built Libguides
Databases including, but not limited to Encyclopedia Britannica, Gale Virtual Reference Library and National Library of Australia Trove
Monday – Thursday:
7:30am – 5:30pm
7:30am – 4:00pm
Tuesdays and Thursdays:
3:30 – 5:00pm
The College employs some of our former exemplary students to provide free academic assistance. Students can request for a tutor online, or seek 1:1 support during the session. Our tutors study a range of undergraduate and post-graduate courses including Politics, Psychology, Physics and Medicine. Teachers are also available to assist students.