Welcome to the Bryan College Library. We encourage Bryan College Alumni to continue their use of Library resources and services in their pursuit of life-long learning opportunities.
On campus, you have access to all of our online databases, electronic journals, and eBooks just as any of our current students would.
RightNow Media and the Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL) are available for alumni to use off-campus.
RightNow Media: The "Netflix of video Bible studies" is a huge library of faith-based videos that you can access whenever and wherever you want—on your phone, iPad, computer, or at home on your TV. RightNow Media has videos for everyone—kids, youth, parents, married couples, college students, single adults, working professionals—all aimed at helping you grow.
Tennessee Residents: You have free access to any resource and database included in the Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL). TEL resources are available anywhere there is an internet connection. Click here for more information regarding TEL access.
Out-of-State Alumni: See the attached list below for databases available state by state. For example, Tennessee residents with a Tennessee IP address have access to the Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL). See what your state has available in the PDF document below.
Open access resources are free to read on the open internet. They allow anyone to read and research, for free, from anywhere.
The Bryan College Library carries over 500,000 items including books, eBooks, DVDs, streaming videos, and periodicals.
Alumni able to come to main campus may:
Hours Open to Alumni
Due to current COVID restrictions, all guests must first check in at the Stophel Welcome Center before entering the library.
The library is closed from 10:00am-11:00am every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday during regular semester hours.
Need a book or article that our library doesn't own? Request it through Interlibrary Loan.
Below is a list of other libraries that may have materials available for your use. You will need to check with these libraries to see what policies are in place for public access to their materials.