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The Wilder Library

At the Wilder Library Prep students learn a lifelong love of reading. The collection of more than 15,000 volumes is enjoyed by the whole UCC community, including students, staff and parents. It contains picture books, novels, graphic novels, reference materials and electronic media. Community members have access to a searchable catalogue of the library’s offering, plus electronic reference resources.

Wilder Library

Prep students have supervised access to books and computers at the Wilder Library

Students enjoy gathering in the library’s large and comfortable meeting area for book talks with visiting authors, quiet reading and story times. With its central location and well-equipped work spaces, the library can easily accommodate three classes at once. Each form, from SK to Year 7 has a regular “library period” once or twice every eight days. Other subject teachers book time in the library for project and assignment research.

The Wilder Library is named for William P. Wilder ’40, for whom the new arena is also named. His donation to the Renaissance XXI Campaign in 1989, which funded the Prep’s John David Eaton Building, also funded a renovation of the library.


Monday to Thursday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Friday: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Wilder Library staff:

Pamela Love;; 416-484-8636, ext. 4090

Adrienne Fisher;; 416-484-8636, ext. 4091