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December 19 – January 3: The library building will be closed and the library will offer lobby pickup service on weekdays (M-F) by appointment.
Please use the request form to reserve materials for pickup. After we receive your request, we will contact you to set up a pickup appointment.
Need just a few pages and not an entire book? Submit your scan requests on the form and enter the pages/chapters/sections needed in the article section of the form.
January 4 – 17: The library will be open M-F from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Pickup/scan service will be unavailable December 23-25, December 31, and January 1.
The Fayetta Storm Davis Restoration Collection was established as a research center for Restoration history. Books in this room do not circulate at any time. However, duplicate copies of many titles are available in the general collection. Any library patron may use materials within the Archives area with assistance. Please ask the librarian for assistance in photocopying fragile items.
Material in the Robert Reeves Mission Collection circulates to students and faculty. Any other library patron may use this material within the library. Please ask the librarian for assistance in photocopying fragile items.
The Teacher Resource Center (TRC) has materials relating to the elementary education courses. These materials are available for circulation only to students and faculty within the Templar School of Education. All other library patrons may use the books within the Teacher Resource Center in the library only. The Teacher Resource Center remains locked and can be accessed with permission from library staff.
Material in the Children’s Literature Collection is available to all library patrons for a two-week period. Students enrolled in the Templar School of Education program are granted first priority to these materials.
Any library patron may borrow books within the Children’s Literature Collection with the understanding that an item can be recalled if it is needed by a student within the program of study.
Books, photographs, and other items relating to past Holy Land trips are on display in the Near East Research Center (NERC). Books from this special collection are available for circulation to all library patrons for a two-week period.