Yes. The Library’s Web page, catalog, and Research Guides are all available from off campus with access to all online resources. Just use your campus user name (email@example.com) and password (Same as Microsoft365) when prompted. If you need help, see the Off Campus Research Guide. Students at Sandhills, SAOnline, Charlotte, Charleston, and Columbia campuses have easy access to all our digital resources.
Ask for Course Reserves at the Information Desk.
Use the Writing and Citing Guide. Make sure to find out from your professor what format is required (MLA, APA, CMS, etc.)
Use the Research Guides to point you to the best databases in your subject area. Proquest Central is a great place to search for articles in 39 databases. It includes articles on a variety of subject areas. In WorldCat, you can limit your search to articles. You can also search for Articles in specific databases.
Use WorldCat to locate books, both print and ebooks. You can limit your search to books or ebooks or select the books tab, from the library homepage, before you search.
Use the Library of Congress call number from WorldCat to find your books. Most of the Main Collection is on the 2nd floor. Ask for help at the Information Desk if you have any problems.
WorldCat allows you to search across all formats, then limit to the type you need. The Library owns hundreds of DVDs that can be checked out. Digital videos are accessible online using your St. Andrews user name and password.
You can click on the Request Item through Interlibrary Loan button in WorldCat. This service is only available to St. Andrews students, faculty, and staff. You can also fill out a form at the Library or contact email what you need to Seth Allen.
Request items through WorldCat, or contact Seth Allen by phone (5023), email, or in person. You will be notified through campus email when your item is ordered and received. There is no cost. You will be contacted if you submit more than 5 items at a time.
NC LIVE provides a gateway to 90+ databases for all the people of North Carolina. You can choose to search for articles, books, videos, and more from the NC LIVE site.
The Reynolds Reading Room on the 2nd floor is available for study or group work. Desks and tables on all floors provide study spaces for private or group study. On third floor, you will find a great space with moveable furniture, whiteboards, and a large monitor you can plug into your devices.
Yes! We have Chromebooks, Dell Laptops, and ThinkPads. You can check these out at the front desk and use them in the Library.
You can check out library laptops and Chromebooks for four weeks (with one renewal). Use your current St. Andrews ID card at the Information Desk. Once you fill out the Laptop agreement, you are cleared to check out the laptops. Only current SAU students, faculty, and staff can check out laptops.
Use your current St. Andrews ID card at the Information Desk.
The Library has four 3 printers available with wireless access that can print from all Library devices or your personal tablets or phones. If you have a problem, ask at the front desk. You must be connected to the Library's WiFi network.
Yes, use your user name and password on our copier. You can only send documents to other St. Andrews Campus email addresses. If you need to send them elsewhere, send the document to yourself, and then you can send it to another address from your email.