If you received a due date extension notification for a Mack Library item you already returned, please notify us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can fix it!
The staff of the Mack Library is ready to assist our faculty, staff, and students to help them as we work together to pivot in delivering our academics online. You can access our services in a variety of ways. Our online resources are available to you 24/7 through Internet access at http://library.bju.edu. We will be setting up a chat service through our LibGuides service which will allow you to have real time access with a member of our library staff. We will also be available by phone, by email, and in person. The library will be open from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday for BJU faculty and staff and BJA HS faculty and staff until further notice. We will seek creative ways to assist those in the BJU family whose lives may not fit in those hours. Access to the Mack Library building will be by BJU-issued ID cards until further notice.
|ID card access only for BJU faculty and staff and BJA HS faculty and staff until further notice.|
Mack Library will honor due dates on all books. Books that are needed for course projects may be taken home. You may renew books online from home or contact email@example.com for an extension on the return. Update: if you had books checked out as of June 4, 2020, the due date was extended to August 28 (could vary slightly up to September 1). Look for an extension notice e-mail sent from the Mack Library computer on June 4, 2020. If you are coming back to campus, bring your books with you. Otherwise, you have some additional time to ship them back.
For those who live in South Carolina, you may return your books to a participating PASCAL Library. You will need to check with your academic library in your area for their hours and their response to COVID-19.
If the cancellation of BJU events is extended through Commencement, then you will need to ship the books back to Mack Library at your expense. Update: if you had books checked out as of June 4, 2020, the due date was extended to August 28 (could vary slightly up to September 1). Look for an extension notice e-mail sent from the Mack Library computer on June 4, 2020. If you are coming back to campus, bring your books with you. Otherwise, you have some additional time to ship them back.
For those who need books once classes go online, please go to Distance Learning under "How Do I?" on the Mack Library homepage.
You may request books for pickup using this online request form. Please contact the Library staff at BJU ext. 6000 to arrange a time to pick up your books.
In light of the announcements of statewide closings by the governor yesterday, the PASCAL Board and staff have made the difficult decision to suspend all PASCAL Delivers services and courier deliveries at this time. PASCAL Delivers service, including requesting and courier deliveries, is suspended statewide until further notice.
Mack Library appreciates our community customers. The current COVID-19 concerns lead us to make a difficult decision. Access to Mack Library will be by BJU or BJA issued ID cards only until further notice. Community customers may return your items to our drop boxes or hold on to them. At your request we will extend your loan period. We will waive any fines. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (864)-242-5100 ext. 6000 for any other questions or concerns.
BJU Libraries launched a new library management system on June 1, 2020. Learn details in this LibGuide. Check out the new system. Send questions or comments to email@example.com.
Mack Library is pleased to announce a school-wide subscription for all the articles, breaking news, blogs, multimedia and more from The New York Times! You can enjoy access to NYTimes.com and the NYTimes mobile apps from wherever you are. Read this pdf for details!