The Loren T. and Melva M. Swedburg Library
In 1996, the NCC library was officially named the Loren T. and Melva M. Swedburg library in honor of the long-time and beloved Academic Dean and faculty member of Nebraska Christian College. Joining the faculty in 1953, Dean Swedburg began a work which spanned three decades. He was later joined on the faculty by his wife, Melva, who became a recognized leader in the field of Christian Education. The library is lovingly dedicated in honor of their example of a Christian walk, commitment, and love of learning.
Hours of Operation
Monday – Thursday: 7:30am – 11:30pm
Friday: 7:30 am – 5pm
Saturday: 11am – 3pm
These hours apply during regular class weeks. Amended hours are posted during breaks.
12550 S 114th St
Papillion, NE 68046
Phone: (402) 935-9440
Fax: (402) 935-9500
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Library Use Policy
The NC library is equipped to serve students with specially tailored facilities and services. While the library is specialized in keeping with the college’s mission, the library is also available to community users.
30-day loan non-renewable. – general collection. The reference collection, periodicals (bound and current), archives and rare books, reserve books are for library use only.
Please bring your selection(s) to the circulation desk for processing by the librarian.
Items are to be returned at the circulation desk during regular hours on or before the date due.
Late Fee Schedule
If a student requests an item which is checked out, a request for a ‘book hold’ may be given to the library staff. The person requesting the hold will be notified when the book is returned to the library.
Loss of Materials
Checking out any library material constitutes responsibility for the return or replacement of the material. Those who lose materials still in print will be charged the amount necessary to replace the work.
During each semester, items required or recommended for class reading are placed on the reserved shelves at the instructor’s request in order to give more students access to the materials. These items must be used in the library.
Library personnel are available during library hours for assistance in locating material in researching.
A photocopier is available for student use.
The following is a list of guidelines if you are considering making a donation to the Loren T. and Melva M. Swedburg Library:
-All donations become the property of the library.
-The donor is asked to give the materials to the library without placing any restrictions on their use and circulation.
-As the recipient, the library cannot legally appraise gifts, so no receipt will be given.
If you have any questions, please call the library at (402) 935-9440.