Current CBU undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty, and staff may borrow books from:
- University of Memphis
- Rhodes College
- Southwest Tennessee Community College
- LeMoyne-Owen College
- Memphis Theological Seminary
- Baptist College of Health Sciences
Current CBU graduate students, faculty, and staff may borrow books from:
You may or may not be able to use other libraries' online resources, however. If you're allowed to use those resources, you may have to wait for a computer. While you can use online databases at the University of Memphis, for example, the U of M only allows guest logins on three designated library computers--for a maximum of two hours. Do not expect to walk in and be allowed to use one of their computers immediately or for an extended amount of time.
Most libraries do not allow guests to print so be sure to bring a USB jump drive when you visit.
Note: the Memphis Public Library is NOT one of the libraries with which we have shared borrowing. If you present two forms of identification showing you live in the City of Memphis, you can get a library card. If you live outside of the city, there is a $50 annual fee. If you want to use computers at the Public Library, you must have a card.