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International Student Resources & Services: Welcome International Students

This LibGuide was created to help International Students learn about Regent University Library resources and succeed in conducting library research.

Office of International Students

How to Get Help

Need help with your research?  There are several ways to ask for help. 

Regent University Library & You

"Give instruction to a wise man, and he will be yet wiser; teach a just man, and he will increase in learning." (Proverbs 9:9)

 

Bienvenidos! Céad míle fáilte romhat! Bun venit! Bem-vindo! Bene bennios! Chào mung! Khush amaadiid! Bienvenue! Laskavo prosimo!  Dobro pozhalovat'! Dobrodoshli! Benvenuto! Hwangyong-hamnida! Swaagatam! Aloha mai Chaire! Willkommen!

 

Welcome to the Regent University Library!

Regent University Library is a great place to come and read, relax or conduct research. Here you can access and use the books, periodicals, and computers yourself whenever the library is open. Librarians can help you select what you need; then, you can go to the library bookshelves ("stacks") to get the item. 

Through the library catalog, you can also locate titles and authors to find call numbers and other location information. Because books on the same subject are usually shelved together by call number, you may also browse through the stacks for items you need. 

A great place to start, and remember, is regent.edu/lib. This is the Library Home page. It will show you the services and the resources that are available to you. There you will find the Library CatalogResearch DatabasesSubject Research Guides (Information Guides), How to Get helpCirculation information, and more! As long as you are currently enrolled as a student at Regent University, you can access most of these resources from your home, dorm, or country!

A good place to begin when you are starting your research is to use Summon, which you will find on the Library Home Page. You will also see a link to a tutorial on how to use Summon. A Summon search will give you access to books, e-books, articles, and more. 

If you have questions or need assistance in using the library, please do not hesitate to ask. See Ask a Librarian to learn the different ways you can contact us. The reference librarians are available to help you identify information and can show you, step by step, how to find books and other materials. Just ask!