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Info about accessing Alumni databases and checking out books as an Alum.
Beginning March 14, 2022, the Regent University Library is excited to welcome you back into the physical location. You will have full access to many of the resources and services. Check out our hours here and feel free to call the Resource Desk at (757) 352-4150 for more information. All alumni will be submitting new registration forms so you may click here to get started. We hope to see you soon!
A Regent University Library alumni card may be obtained by completing an Alumni Registration Form online or at the Resource Desk. Processing may take up to five (5) business days for verification and approval.
Once an alumni applicant's graduation date has been verified, and a photo submitted (for walk-ins a photo will be taken at the Resource Desk), you will be issued a library card, which is required to check out circulating books and audiovisual materials (see Borrowing Privileges for details).
Finding more Articles & Databases
A public library within your community may provide access to additional databases. Contact your local library for details.
Inquire with your professional organizations regarding potential access to specialized databases.
To access these databases, alumni must first submit an Alumni Registration Form online or at the Circulation Desk. Processing may take up to five (5) business days for verification and approval.
The Atla Digital Library brings together in a singular, searchable platform digitized collections from libraries, religious institutions, and other organizations worldwide who collect and preserve texts, records, maps, photographs, recordings, and other materials. The items found in the Atla Digital Library are of importance to those with an interest in researching, studying, teaching, and otherwise searching for historical and archival content in religion and theology.
Images in the repository are provided by ATLA and ATS member libraries.