The present library was constructed in 1977 to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of the seminary. It was extended in 1997. The library provides air conditioned reference room, stack-rooms, reading rooms, work room, offices for librarians and a classroom. The library also provides two photocopiers and ten computer workstations with internet access for the students. The library has a collection of approximately 30,000 books including reference works and 70 periodical subscriptions. It also has a collection of VCD/DVD and audiocassette tapes and a few multi-media CD-ROMs for study aid.
The library annually develops its collection with more recent and up to date publications on various subjects such as Feminist and Asian theological resources, Biblical Studies, Theological Studies, Mission Studies, Christian Education, Peace Studies, Inter-Faith Studies, Historical and Denominational Studies, Pastoral Studies, Music, and various reference works.
Only students and staff members from the member schools and Theological Institutes of the Association for Theological Education in Myanmar (ATEM) and MIT alumni/ae are allowed to use MIT Library. Valid identity cards are required for borrowing books.
Books may be borrowed or returned during circulation hours only: between 10:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Each member is allowed to check out 3 books at a time which must be returned within fourteen days. For thesis writing, 5 books can be borrowed for one month. Extension may be made if the books are not required by any other. New books can be borrowed after returning the due books. In case of failure to return books on due date, fines will be charged at the rate of Kyats 500 per day for each book. When borrowed books are lost, they may be replaced or a triple amount of the cost shall be charged. Reference books and periodicals cannot be checked out.
Reserved books can be checked out overnight. When books are returned, the borrower should make sure that the return of each book is acknowledged by the Library staff. Serious action will be taken if one is caught stealing or vandalizing books. All books must be returned before the final examination of the Second Semester. Graduating students must return books by the date set for thesis typed and bound in order to be eligible for the conferring of respective degrees.