HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday: 8am - 7pm
Tuesday: 8am - 7pm
Wednesday: 8am - 7pm
Thursday: 8am - 5pm
Friday: 8am - 4pm
The James W. Dillard library will have extended hours every Tuesday and Thursday until 8pm. The library is open to students for research, studying, group projects, and more. Students and community are welcome to utilize this area Monday-Friday during the hours listed above. For additional questions or to speak to Academic Support Services please call 806-457-4287.
Fall & Spring Library Hours
Monday through Friday: 8am to 5pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
Summer Library Hours
Monday through Thursday: 8am to 4pm
Friday, Saturday & Sunday: Closed
Copying, Printing, Faxing
Ask a Librarian for Assistance
- Please ask a specific question.
- We will answer by e-mail unless you specify otherwise in the text of your question.
Computer Use in the Library
- Use of the College Internet Link for commercial purposes or any attempt to offer, provide or purchase products or services is not allowed.
- Political lobbying is not allowed on the FPC Internet Link. However, the system can be used to communicate with elected representatives and to express an opinion on political issues.
- Personal contact information about other people is not allowed. Personal information includes: addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, etc.
- Unauthorized access to the FPC Internet Link, any attempt to disrupt the college's system or destroy data by spreading a computer virus is forbidden and could result in legal prosecution.
- Any attempt to log in through another person's account or access their computer is strictly forbidden.
- Any attempt to harass, post false or defamatory information about another person or organization is strictly forbidden and could result in legal prosecution.
- The school will cooperate fully in any investigation related to any illegal activities conducted through the FPC Internet Link.
- Library users found guilty of violating this policy, resulting from a reasonable investigation, will be dealt with in a manner set forth in the college rules.
- Library users should expect limited privacy in the contents of their personal files on a school system.
- Routine maintenance and monitoring of the FPC Internet Link may lead to discovery that this policy has been violated.
- An individual search will be conducted if there is a reasonable suspicion that this policy has been violated. The investigation will be reasonable and related to the suspected violation.
- Loss of data or interruption of service
- Accuracy or quality of information obtained or stored on the system
- Financial obligations arising through the unauthorized use of the system
Off-Campus Use of Online Resources
Applying for a HLC library card at Frank Phillips College
Video's and Tutorials
*For off campus access, please visit your student portal and look for the “Passwords for library databases” document on the front page.
(a group of about 70 different databases for magazines, newspapers, and more)
(a group of 10 databases including audio books)
(a database with academic articles on a range of topics from life sciences, language and literature, history, political science, sociology, and more)
(a database containing peer-review life science articles for student and faculty research)
How to log in:
If you are a student at Frank Phillips College, the username and password for the databases are on the front page of your student portal (CAMS). If you are on-campus, you should not be asked for a username or password except by the HLC databases.
The HLC databases require a library card from somewhere in the HLC (which includes FPC) and a 4 digit PIN number for the password. The username to login will be the 13 numbers on the barcode of your library card. The 4 digit PIN number must be obtained from the librarian, so please call Jason Price at (806) 457-4200 x 787 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students have access to everything from the comfort of their residence hall or their home, with the exception of the paper books on our shelves. We have a number of databases that provide a number of full-text magazines and newspapers. In addition, we have access to over 27,000 electronic books and the catalog of print books from all 130 or so libraries from the Harrington Library Consortium is available to browse online.