The library features 40,000 volumes and over 200 print journals and magazines. In addition to a strong Bible Studies Collection, there are also significant holdings in psychology, history, business, and Shakespeare. The library also houses a 14 station computer lab with a networked printer.
This service features dozens of EBSCO databases that include thousands of full-text scholarly articles and full-text newspaper and magazine stories from over 7,500 periodicals.
The library subscribes to ABI/INFORM Global, a business and economics oriented database that features full-text articles from both the scholarly and popular press, and to Proquest Religion, another file that has thousands of full-text articles.
Need some help? Ask a librarian. We offer reference services in-person, over the telephone and via email.
Reference Desk (270) 247-8521 ext. 275
Dean of the LibraryBen Graves firstname.lastname@example.org (270) 247-8521 ext. 634
Assistant LibrarianKim Scott email@example.com (270) 247-8521 ext. 275
The Mid-Continent Review is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal published on an annual basis. It is an interdisciplinary publication containing articles addressing a wide range of subjects. A literary section is also included for poetry, short stories, and essays. The purpose of this journal is to introduce the reader to diverse subjects, in order to further knowledge in various fields.
MCU is a member of the Federation of Kentucky Academic Libraries (FoKAL). MCU students and faculty are entitled to use most Kentucky academic libraries. This privilege includes the ability to borrow regularly circulating items. The host school will generally ask for a MCU ID and a photo ID, e.g. a driver’s license.
Similarly, students and faculty affiliated with other participating colleges are entitled to use our facility and to borrow our circulating materials.