James A. Rogers Library

The James A. Rogers Library is currently open on a limited basis. See Library Hours for access times. Adhering to the University’s response to Coronavirus (COVID-19), the library is strictly accessible only to students, faculty, and staff with an FMU I.D. at this time. Help slow the spread and practice social distancing in the library.

Masks are required in the library.

The James A. Rogers Library serves the pursuit of excellence in teaching and learning by providing Francis Marion’s students, faculty, staff and regional citizens with access to scholarly information and other resources. The library is located in the heart of FMU’s campus, near the Smith University Center and can be reached by calling 843-661-1300.
FM Primo Search provides one-stop searching for books and e-books, articles, DVDs, and more.
 

FM Primo Search allows you to manage your research and request print books from other PASCAL libraries. Sign-in in order to:

    • Renew items
    • Request items from other PASCAL libraries
    • Save searches and lists of items
    • View full results for databases that require sign-in
Search the libraries catalog to find books and media that are located amongst the collections at the James A. Rogers Library. Check out library material at the circulation desk.
 

Research and request print books from other Pascal libraries and place a request to have it mailed here. You'll be notified when it has arrived at Rogers library.


 

Search the Worldcat catalog to find books from any library and place a Interlibrary Loan request to have it mailed here. You'll be sent an email when it has arrived at Rogers library.


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