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A reminder to new alumni…

The Library faculty and staff offer our sincere congratulations to all new graduates of Regent University. We are honored to have played a role in your accomplishment, and would like to take this opportunity to remind you that Regent alumni have lifetime borrowing privileges at the Library. In addition, we are able to offer alumni access to sixteen online databases. So no matter where the future takes you, keep us in mind for your information needs.

To check out materials or use databases, please submit the online Alumni Registration Form. Processing may take up to five business days for verification and approval. For more information, please see the Services for Alumni page.

16 online databases now available to alumni

The Library is pleased to announce to all present and soon-to-be alumni that we now are able to offer alumni access to sixteen (16) online databases:

Mango Languages now available to Regent alumni

One of the Library’s most popular online resources is Mango Languages. During 2012, Regent students, staff, and faculty logged a total of 988 learning sessions with Mango’s 49 foreign language and 15 ESL courses.

Now the Library’s Mango subscription is available to alumni! If you are a graduate of Regent University, you have access to this terrific resource. So whether you need some conversational Swahili for a trip to East Africa or simply want to hear what the Bible sounds like in Hebrew or Greek, Mango has a course for you.

To begin using Mango or any of our other alumni databases, see our Services for Alumni page and complete the Alumni Registration Form.

Feedback Express: Library databases for alumni

Written by Leanne Strum, Ph.D., Head of Technical Services & Systems

The Library regularly receives inquiries about the services we offer to Regent alumni. The 2011 Customer Satisfaction Survey included several questions and comments about alumni access, including the following:

Library Services for Alumni

The Library congratulates all students who will be receiving degrees at the 2010 Commencement and invites all graduates of the University to take advantage of our privileges for alumni.

Local alumni may borrow up to five books for three weeks and two AV items for two weeks. One renewal is allowed for all items.

All alumni also have free access to four research databases: