How To Use the Library
The Living University Library website contains links to many powerful online tools and search engines. View the menus and look for the area of research you need. Also, visit our tutorials and frequently asked questions (FAQs) for more answers and directions on how to conduct your research. Our online catalog (OPAC) is open to all and lists primarily our on-site holdings. Use the search bar above to search the Library catalog. We will continue to expand these holdings with professional journals and electronic books and documents in the future.
On-campus LU students and alumni, faculty members and staff, LCG employees and others with borrowing privileges may borrow library materials from the Charlotte library, including books, audiovisual materials, and periodicals. Each person must check out materials using his or her own LU library card. Only faculty may check out reference books and reserved items. While rare books and documents do not circulate. When desired library items are unavailable, patrons may be able to request an interlibrary loan (ILL) through their local library.
The library in Charlotte, NC is normally open:
Mon-Thurs: 9:00am - 5:00pm EST
Fri: 9:00am - 3:30pm EST (4:30pm during Daylight Savings Time)
After hours, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. We will respond within 24 hours during weekends and semester breaks.
The LU library in Charlotte, NC is staffed by a full-time credentialed librarian and a part-time LU student library aid. Volunteers also assist with the shelving of books along with other library tasks.
Welcome to our fine collection of biblically-related resources. Kudos to all who have and continue to offer suggestions making this Living University Library website even better. You are encouraged to explore all our website offers and let me know what you find most useful. If you have a problem with accessing any resource or wish to suggest an additional resource, bring it to my attention by phone or email. We will respond to you as soon as possilbe, even during weekends or semester breaks. Again, welcome and enjoy exploring this website.
Doug Lindly, MA, MLS
Librarian and Assistant Professor