If you are using library resources when you are off-campus,
you will be prompted to log in to our system.
Enter your MyFire login and password to continue.
If you have problems, call the Main LIbrary at 863-667-5089
Even though you might not be on the physical Southeastern campus, you still have access to Southeastern’s library resources–books (print and electronic), research databases, journal articles, and librarians–to name a few. Make sure you read the special privileges for online students listed below. You will find links on this page that will provide access to the services and materials you want.
As an online student, you have extra privileges that on-campus students do not have.
You’re allowed to check out books for four weeks instead of the usual two weeks. If you are a distance student, you can request library books to be sent to your home. Send an email to email@example.com with your student ID number, the program you are in, and the title, author, etc. of the book that you are requesting.
Even if you live out of state, you can still access Southeastern’s resources. You can send requests to firstname.lastname@example.org for journal articles or books. Make sure you include as much information as possible, such as author, title, and publication date. After processing your request, the library faxes or emails the information you've requested.
If you see this EBSCO page, go back to the Steelman Library Databases and start again. This screen appears when connecting directly to EBSCO from Google or a direct link from off-campus, if that link is not coded correctly.