Easley Library

The Easley Library staff invites you to find a quiet place to study, use our many resources, or ask us to help you with your research.

Modern Resources for a Modern Education

Your campus library has a wide array of print and electronic resources for your use as part of your educational experience. Our librarians can help you navigate this exciting world of information and knowledge. No matter where you are, in your dorm room or off-campus, you can take advantage of our offerings through this website.

To use the library catalog, databases, and e-books to find what you need, just click one of the resources listed below. We look forward to helping you succeed as a lifelong learner.

Library Resources

Books & Media

Articles

Research Assistance & Information

Interlibrary Loan

Days Fall & Spring Summer & Interim
Monday – Thursday 7:45am – 10:00pm 9:00am – 4:00pm
Friday 7:45am – 5:00pm 9:00am – 4:00pm
Saturday 10:00am – 5:30pm Closed
Sunday 2:00pm – 10:00pm Closed

 

 

 

 

Hours will vary during holidays and college breaks. Please check posted hours at the library doors for exceptions. Easley Library will close every Wednesday from 10:00am – 11:00am for Chapel worship during the regular academic year.

Student

Faculty & Staff

Community Patrons

Books 4 Weeks 6 Weeks 2 Weeks (Limit of 5)
Video/Dvds 3 Days 1 Week N/A
CDs 2 Weeks 2 Weeks N/A
Equipment N/A 1 Week N/A

Early College students,

Congratulations! You have elected to enroll in an online, college-level course. Each course is different in its requirements involving theory, application, depth of reflection, and research. Occasionally, the title of a course has been chosen to broadly describe the course content. As an Early College student, you may need to communicate with the instructor to discuss your ability to meet the course’s requirements within the first two days of the course, within the drop/add period. This allows you time to select another option if you believe the course requirements are beyond your current level of learning.

Your grades will be final and appear on your Bluefield College transcript, so it is important that you do your best.

If you have a learning disability, it is important that you communicate that with our Associate Director of Academic Support, Mr. Wayne Pelts, prior to your classes starting. Mr. Pelts will need documentation in order to offer any accommodations. You may reach Mr. Pelts at wpelts@bluefield.edu.

An advisor will contact you prior to each enrollment period to discuss course options and will assist you in enrolling in your online classes. Remember we are here to support you and help you be successful.