The Lord hear thee in the day of trouble; the name of the God of Jacob defend thee.
– Psalm 20:1
A climate of fear has descended on the world, and for many university students across the country who spent the past week moving out of campus housing, feelings of anxiety are just beginning to set in.
The librarians and staff at the Library are aware of the emotional toll the past week has taken on many of our students, and we want to assure our users that all essential library services – research assistance, instruction, interlibrary loan, materials acquisition – will continue without interruption or reduction.
The librarians have set up a special FAQ Central page to answer some of the most common questions students may have about Library services during the closure. This page will provide our users with up-to-date information about Library services, new online acquisitions, and recommendations from the academic library world on making the most of the evolving situation.
The Library is committed to the academic success of our students and will provide every possible support in the coming weeks. May the Lord keep the entire Regent family safe through this trial and grant that we all emerge from it with a strengthened faith and closer relationship with Him.