There are multiple copy machines and a printer in the Reference area. Printing/copies are $0.05 per page ($0.10 for double-sided).
Students/Faculty/Staff and Guests may pay in cash or check at the Circulation desk.
*We do not offer color printing*
Scanning is free and may be done on the copy machines in the Reference area. See the Reference desk for assistance.
There are three clusters of computers in the Library:
These computers are equipped with:
PCs for searching the Library Catalog are stationed on the lower second floor, upper second floor, and third floor.
Headphones and phone/laptop chargers are available for checkout at the Circulation Desk.
A microfilm/microfiche reader is located on the second floor.
Computers on the first floor of the Library are equipped with:
The PCs in the Common and Reference areas also have BibleWorks 9 software.
The Library has three study rooms available for students - the large room on the lower second floor (#205) can fit 4-6 people, the small room on the upper second floor (#210) can fit 4 people, and the large room on the third floor (#304) can fit 4-6 people.
Study Rooms can be reserved in whole-hour blocks for up to four hours at a time, no less than one hour out from the current time. Students can reserve up to one week in advance. Public Guests may make same day reservations at the Circulation desk. If there are no reservations, study rooms may be used on a first-come, first-served basis. Reserve a Study Room.
Semi-private study carrels on the third floor may be assigned to Doctoral level students upon application and approval.
Carrels are assigned based on degree program, need, and use.
Inquiries about Study Carrels and applications should be directed to the Library's Administrative Assistant at email@example.com.