We are committed to providing excellent library service to all New Hope Christian College students, whether they are on campus, online or other delivery model.
Students enrolled in an online or distance program who live more than 35 miles from campus and who do not come to campus on a regular basis are eligible for distance library services, including reference and research assistance, instruction in the use of library resources, and delivery of books, electronic files/documents and photocopies. A valid student ID# is required to access library materials and services.
Distance Learning Services are not available to students who take one or more courses on the NHCC campus, as well as persons not affiliated with NHCC.
Distance Learning Services users may request that NHCC circulating books be mailed to them. Books are mailed to the student at no cost, but the student is responsible for returning them to NHCC via insured U.S. mail or UPS.
The user is responsible for adhering to loan periods. Borrowed items may be renewed via the online catalog. Distance learners receiving materials through the mail from the library collections are subject to the same overdue fines, replacement costs for lost items, and charges for damaged or mutilated materials, as all borrowers.
The library makes over 125,000 eBooks available to you. Click here to access ebooks.
eBook Offline Viewing Requirements
Apple and Android devices: Bluefire Reader is recommended
Distance Learning Services users can request and receive copies of journal articles from print periodicals owned by FML. Articles will be sent electronically or mailed at no charge. The articles/ photocopies become the property of the student.
Distance Learning Services may also request materials not owned by the Flint Memorial Library using the Interlibrary Loan Request Form on the library’s web site (under the Request menu). Materials will be mailed to the student at no cost, but the student is responsible for returning them to FML via insured U.S. mail or UPS. Journal articles requested via ILL will be sent electronically or mailed at no charge. The articles/ photocopies become the property of the student.
The borrower is responsible for adhering to loan periods and returning to avoid late fees. Materials borrowed via ILL are generally not renewable. Photocopies become the property of the student.
Telephone and e-mail assistance is available Monday – Thursday, 9:00am – 4:00pm (Pacific Time) and on Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm (Pacific Time) or by appointment. The librarian and library assistant will help answer brief, factual questions, or suggest sources or locations which might help provide the needed information.
Telephone #: 541-485-1780 (ask for the library)