This guide will help you locate library research and instructional support resources.
Please know that we are with you every step of the way. If you need articles or books, you can easily contact any of the following individuals and we can get them to you remotely, as quickly as possible.
Attention students and faculty please consider contacting any of the following for any library requests. The library is operating within a call center environment. If you need articles and books we will get them for you.
Darci Jones - firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen Niemla - email@example.com
Lori Krasnesky - firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit https://library.mercyhurst.edu. If you click on a link to one of our databases, electronic journals, or electronic reserves from an off-campus computer, you will be prompted once to enter your University email and password. If you are already logged in to your email off-campus you will not be prompted to login again. Your username and password for accessing library resources are the same as the username and password used for your Mercyhurst email account.
During a Mercyhurst University campus closure, you can still submit requests for electronic materials (usually journal articles and e-book chapters), but any requests for print books may be delayed until Mercyhurst University returns to a regular method of operation. Also, some requests for materials held by other libraries may be delayed if those libraries are also closed. Click the link below to submit your ILL requests.
Effective March 13, 2020 all materials currently checked out from the Mercyhurst University library system to students and faculty have been automatically given a due date of June, 1 2020.
If you have books, DVDs, CDs, or similar materials that need to be returned to the University Libraries, please keep these materials until the library opens under normal conditions. The return date will be back-dated when the University Libraries reopen for business.