As a not-for-profit association of theological libraries and librarians, ATLA understands the importance of supporting theological education throughout the world and has worked to make its products affordable for theological seminaries and schools in eligible developing countries. ATLA works with EBSCO to offer institutions in countries designated developing by the World Bank, along with other related criteria, a generous discount on all ATLA products and partner products. 

​Waived Prerequisite 

Schools and libraries in eligible developing countries can subscribe to full-text collections of religion and theology journals, ATLASerials® (ATLAS®) or ATLASerials PLUS™ (ATLAS PLUS™) without a concurrent subscription to ATLA Religion Database® (ATLA RDB®)


Eligibility for developing country discounts and accommodations is contingent on the physical location of the main accessing institution. The accessing site must be physically headquartered inside a country appearing on the eligible developing countries list​ developed by ATLA and EBSCO. 

Subscription Sponsorship 

ATLA encourages institutions, groups, or individuals to sponsor eligible sites that need financial assistance to gain access to ATLA products or partner products. Subscription sponsorship is available for any institution and is not limited to assisting sites in developing countries. A party may subscribe to any ATLA product or partner product on behalf of any accessing site around the world. Contact for more information. 

Interested in Subscribing or Want to Learn More? 

Use the EBSCO Contact Us form​ to contact EBSCO directly to get more information about pricing, licensing, terms of use, subscription terms, trials, and features.