ACADEMIC RESOURCES

Northpoint Bible College Academic Catalog

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2022-2023 NPBC Academic Catalog

College Academic Policies

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Academic Policies

Title IX Information & Policies

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Title IX Information, Policies, & Report Form

NORTHPOINT BIBLE COLLEGE LIBRARY

LIBRARY RESOURCES

The Northpoint Bible College Library exists to advance the academic community by providing print and electronic, scholarly and informational resources in support of the curriculum and faculty as they prepare students for excellent Pentecostal Ministry.

LIBRARY HOURS*

Monday 9:00am-10:45pm
Tuesday 9:00am-10:45pm
Wednesday 9:00am-10:45pm
Thursday 9:00am-10:45pm
Friday 9:00am-5:00pm
Saturday 12:00pm-5:00pm
Sunday 6:00pm-10:45pm

*Hours may vary during holidays and breaks.

Writing your paper

If you are looking for assistance in writing your paper, the links below will help you get started.

Citation Help

InterLibrary Loan

If you can’t find a book or a source in our library, then we have another option for you.

Did you know that Northpoint coordinates with many libraries through a library collective and can assist you in obtaining additional materials through an InterLibrary Loan (ILL)?

Get started:

Center For Academic Development (CAD)

Along with resourcing students for research papers and providing a quiet place in the library, the Center for Academic Development provides reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities.

CAD Services Available

Learning support services are offered to all Northpoint Bible College students who qualify under the ADA/Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.

To arrange support services, students must self identify, notify the CAD of the disability, provide appropriate documentation, and request specific accommodations. 

An IEP or 504 Plan may also be sufficient to establish disability. All documentation is treated as confidential information under FERPA guidelines.

The Center for Academic Development is located on the second floor of the Bell Center Library.

Contact Information:

Phone 978-478-3481

email: [email protected]

 

Library FAQ’s

How do I access my online library account?
  1. Click Online Library in the upper right corner of this page.
  2. Click “Sign In” in the upper right of the page
  3. User ID: Student ID Number
  4. Click “Sign In” button
  5. Click on “My Account” on the top of the page
  6. It is here that you can access and renew your own books you have checked out when they are due.
How long can I check out a book?
TYPE OF MATERIAL LOAN PERIOD LIMITS
Books from Main Collection 21 Days 8 Books Total
Audio Cassettes 3 Days 2 Cassettes Total
CD/DVDs 3 Days 2 Items Total
Faculty Reserve Per Instructor 1 Per Subject
iPad 24 hours

None

How long can I renew a book?
TYPE OF MATERIAL LOAN PERIOD LIMITS
Books from Main Collection

1 Time

Unless Reserved

8 Books Total
Audio Cassettes

3 Days

Unless Reserved

2 Cassettes Total
CDs/DVDs

3 Days

Unless Reserved

2 Items Total
Faculty Reserve Cannot Be Renewed  
iPad Cannot Be Renewed  
What are the late fees?
TYPE OF MATERIAL FINE RATE MAX. FINE
21 Days 25 Cents per Day per Book Cost of Book
3 Days 25 Cents per Day per DVD/CD Cost of Video
Overnight 25 Cents per Day per Tape Cost of Cassette
Faculty Reserve $1.00 per Day per Book Cost of Book
Student Reserve $1.00 per Day per Book Cost of Book
iPad $20.00 Cost of Replacement
Lost Books   Cost and $10.00 Fee
What if my book is already checked out by someone else?

Patrons desiring a book that is already checked out may place it on reserve by asking the Librarian at the Circulation Desk for assistance. 

You will receive a notice when the item is returned.  The item will be placed on a two (2) day hold for you to come and pick it up.

Can I use other another library with my Northpoint I.D?

Yes! We have an agreement with Gordon College, so you may use their library.

Stuck?

If you find yourself stuck and don’t know where to turn, we have one spot on campus that can help you navigate most issues.

Our Registrar’s Office is fully equipped and ready to help students with questions regarding orientation, registration, scheduling, transfers, academic advising, and graduation. It is our goal to take you from accepted to graduating with honors. If you have any questions for someone in our office, need to connect with your academic advisor, or want to request a transcript request, please contact our office and we would be happy to assist you.