The Access Services Department is committed to meeting the various needs of the University's students, faculty, staff, and community patrons, by providing information and access to the library's materials and services. You can reach the Resource Desk by phone at (757) 352-4150 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you've already determined a title or author, consult the Resource Desk for the exact physical location.
If you've yet to determine what item meets your needs, consult the Reference department with the Ask a Librarian option in the page header for this and other research assistance.
Library materials may be borrowed from the Regent University Library by bringing the items to the Resource Desk during library hours along with your student ID or library card. If you need assistance finding items, please ask at the Resource Desk.
If you are a distance student, you can request all the items you need through Interlibrary Loan.
Items may be renewed online, before the due date, by logging into your account. You can either "Renew All" to renew all the items you have out, or you can checkmark the box next to each item you would like to renew and select "Renew Marked".
Renewals may also be requested by email, by calling (757)352-4150, or by bringing a proper ID to the Resource Desk.
You can return your items at any time in one of the book-drops located in the Library parking lot or the Communication parking lot. You can also return your items directly at the Resource Desk during our hours of operation.
If you are a distance student, you can mail your items to:
Regent University Library
1000 Regent University Drive
Virginia Beach, VA 23464-9894
Please remember to insure your package as you are financially responsible for the content.
If you need an item, whether we own it or whether we request it from another library, please create an ILL request. You can do so here. If we own the item, we will pull it for you and make it available for pick up at the Resource Desk within 24 hours. If we do not own it, we will request it from another library and it will be available for pick up as soon as we receive it.