Frequently Asked Questions
What are the hours for the Math Center?
- The Math Center is open from 7:00pm to 9:00pm, Sunday through Thursday. Daytime hours are Monday, 2pm – 4pm, Tuesday, 10am – 12pm, Thursday, 10am – 12pm, and Friday, 2pm – 4pm.
What are the hours for the Writing Center?
- The Writing Center is open, 6:00pm to 10:00pm, Sunday through Thursday. Daytime hours are Tuesday, 10am – 11am, Wednesday, 12pm – 1pm, and Thursday, 4pm – 6pm.
What are the hours for Mindspace?
- Mindspace is open from 9:00 pm to 1:00 am, Monday through Thursday, and 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm on Saturday.
Do the library computers have sound?
- All the library computers have sound enabled, but it is only accessible by using headphones.
Are photocopies and printing free?
- Currently, there is no charge for MHU students, faculty, and staff. Do not abuse this privilege! Photocopying material unrelated to school work and excessive photocopying is prohibited. Local patrons are charged $.10 a page.
Does the library have color printers?
- The library does not have color printers, only black and white.
How do I renew a book?
- Renewing a book is an option if you need it beyond its due date. A book may be renewed IF IT IS NOT OVERDUE – online, via phone, or in the library. To renew online, log into your account by clicking here. Enter your name i.e.., John Smith, and your student ID number (STUDENTS – do not include the S when typing in your student ID). Once your name and links to your account appear, click the link displaying the number of “items currently checked out.” At this point you may “Renew All” or “Renew Selected Items.” To renew via phone, call 689-1244 and have your barcode ready. If your item has become overdue you may only renew it by bringing it into the library for renewal. You can renew materials twice.
Do I need my ID card when checking out or returning a book?
- You do need your ID card when checking out a book, but not when returning materials.
Who are the subjects of the sculptures located in the library?
- From left to right they are John Locke, Martin Luther, Einstein, Beethoven, and Shakespeare. The sculptures were carved by Dr. Bill Colette.