Library Service Update
Beginning 3/23/2020, the Library will have reduced operating hours: Monday – Friday: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM, Saturday – Sunday: 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM.
Until further notice, all overdue fines will be waived for students. For the health and safety of all of our patrons, computer usage will be limited to BU Students, Faculty, Staff, and Alumni. The library will also limit the number of concurrent patrons to 10 or fewer.Read More
Spring Library Newsletter Now Available!
Volume 23, Issue 2 of the More Than Books newsletter is now available. Feature articles spotlight “Crafting in the Library,” new scanning stations, and much more!Learn More!
Lean Library is an extension the Library offers for patrons to easily access our library resources through a simple Google search. This extension works with most major browsers and automatically configures Google Scholar to help you find Bellevue University full-text links. Download and add this amazing extension to your browser today!
Archives Spotlight: Meek Eaton Black Archives (Southeastern Regional Black Archives Research Center and Museum)
Archives act as window into the past, documenting the long historical legacies of the times before them. They enable us, as society, to regard the past with curious eyes, maintaining a partial an objective judgement for the purposes of conducting a forum conducive to education and research. Housed on the FAMU (Florida Agricultural […]
March, for as long as I’ve known it, has been linked with the Irish. We celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, we wear green to avoid getting pinched, and stores are stocked with all sorts of green-dyed foods and novelties. Aptly enough, in 1991, March was also declared Irish-American Heritage month by George Bush. Since then, every […]
Many familiar with Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child’s “Pendergast” fictional adventure novel series may be surprised to learn that Preston is also a career journalist. He has written about archaeology, history, and paleontology for several prestigious publications including Smithsonian, National Geographic, and the New Yorker. It was while covering an archaeological expedition for National Geographic […]