301 E. College Avenue
Eureka, IL 61530-1563
Main Phone: (309) 467-6380
Fax: (309) 467-6386Anthony Glass, Library Director & Archivist
firstname.lastname@example.org, (309) 467-6382Kelly Fisher, Public Services Librarian
email@example.com, (309) 467-6892Jennifer Rockey, Access Services
firstname.lastname@example.org, (309) 467-6381
James Perry, Multimedia Services
email@example.com, (309) 467-6390
Library and Computer Study Center
Regular Hours (when school is in session)
Mon–Thurs: 7:45 am–11 pm
Fri: 7:45 am–5 pm
Sat: 1–5 pm
Sun: 1–5 pm
Term Break and Summer Hours
Regular Reference Assistance Hours
Monday & Wednesday: 6–9pm
Your Online Library
Whether you are an online user or on-site researcher, Melick Library is your destination for information. We are a mix of the traditional and the cutting edge when it comes to resources, and our membership with the Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries of Illinois (CARLI) adds even more to the range of research opportunities available to you. The I-SHARE catalog can be accessed 24/7, allowing you to place requests for over 35 million materials from over 85 academic and research libraries throughout the state.
You can access our licensed databases from anywhere in the world through our proxy server, which is a huge benefit to our many students enrolled in our weekend cohort programs, commuter students, as well as our students pursuing internships.
But, Melick Library is also a place where you can come for coffee, meet up to work on a group project, hammer out a paper in the computer lab… there aren’t many things that DON’T happen at the library throughout the year, so keep your eyes on this space as we keep you posted on the latest events, presentations, and happenings here at Melick Library.
Anthony R. Glass
Director, Melick Library and College Archivist
Melick Library is named in honor of Wesley M. Melick and Clinton F. Melick, major donors to the library. The building was dedicated on September 28, 1967 by Ronald Reagan. The library houses the library collection and services plus the college’s archives, audiovisual department, classrooms, and a computer study center.
Facilities and Services
Fully handicap accessible with an elevator located by the Circulation Desk and an entrance ramp located at the northeast corner of the building.
Located on the main floor, used for study and relaxation as well as special events such as receptions, art exhibits, and book reviews.
Photocopiers and Microfilm Reader/Printers
Located on the main floor near the staircase. Copies cost 5 cents each. Transparencies cost $1.00 each and may be purchased through the library.
Faxes may be sent for $1.00 flat fee payable at the circulation desk.
The Computer Study Center, located in the lower level, contains 16 computers reserved for the use of Eureka College students, faculty, and staff. It also serves as the Information Literacy classroom.
Reference area computers are open to the public. Reference computers contain access to the library’s online catalog, electronic book and journal databases, and world wide web access.
There is no up-front charge to print information from the computers in the reference area and Computer Study Center. The cost of printing will be deducted from students’ individual printing accounts monitored by computer services. Public patrons may print at a cost of 5 cents a page.
Policies for equipment and Internet usage can be found on the policies page.