Where is the library?
The library is inside the Yeater Learning Center on the Sedalia campus, 3201 W. 16th St., Sedalia, MO 65301.
Where can I find the library hours?
Look on the mySTAR library tab or on the library doors, or you can call the library.
Where can I park?
You may park in any of the parking lots on campus. The parking lot on the south side of the Yeater Center is closest to the library.
Who can borrow materials from the library?
Students, faculty, staff, and community patrons may check out items.
How do I get a library card?
If you are an SFCC student or employee, your BLUECARD is your library card. Residents of Pettis and Benton counties 18 and older can get community patron library cards by showing current a photo ID and proof of address (like a utility bill).
What can be borrowed from the library?
- Most books, DVDs, CDs, and videocassettes may be borrowed.
- Items that must be used IN the library include reference books, reserve materials, journals, and newspapers.
Note: Community patrons may check out books only.
How do I check out a book or pay a fine?
Bring the items you would like to check out and your BLUECARD or library card to the circulation desk. To pay a fine, we just need to see your BLUECARD or library card for identification. The library can only accept cash to pay fines.
How do I renew my materials online?
You will need to access the Quest library catalog online, and then sign into your Quest account to see what materials you have checked out and what needs to be renewed. You also can also call the library during open hours, and an employee can renew your books over the phone.
Is there a place where I can watch or listen to media materials in the library?
There is a study room with a television, DVD player and VCR in the library for student use. Headphones also are available at the front desk.
Are there printers available in the library?
There are three printers. Black and white prints are five cents a page and color prints are 15 cents a page. Printers are located in the back of the computer lab to the left of the library’s main entrance.
How and where can I make copies in the library?
You can use one of our scanners or a photocopier. One scanner is in the library and one is in the library’s computer lab. The photocopier is located next to the circulation desk. An employee can assist you with the photocopier. To use the photocopier you must have a Blue Card.
Does the library have any services for online students?
Online students have access to online databases, e-books and electronic resources on the mySTAR library tab.
How can I suggest a purchase for the library?
You may either use the suggestion box or contact a library employee.
Can I donate books or other materials to the library?
The library takes donations of books that are in good shape. Library staff reserves the right to decline donated books even if they are in good shape.
Can I buy textbooks at the library?
No. Textbooks are for sale in the Campus Store.
What if I lost something at the library?
“Lost and found” items are kept in Yeater Learning Center, Room 120.
Where can I get more help?
You may email, call or come in to the library. You may schedule an appointment with a librarian for more in-depth one-on-one sessions on information literacy and the research process. For help with classes, the tutoring lab offers free assistance.
Can a librarian help if the library is closed?
Yes. You may email us at email@example.com.
Donald C. Proctor Library
Yeater Learning Center
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Fridays in June & July – 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. (noon)
Closed Saturday & Sunday
Hours vary during holidays, breaks and final exam periods.
Community Patron Library Cards
Pettis and Benton county residents who are 18 or older may obtain community patron library cards. To sign up for a card, stop by the library with a current photo ID and proof of address (utility bill).
What can you do with a community patron card?
- Check out up to three books at a time for 30 days
- Access the web
Community patrons may not check out DVDs or non-circulating reference materials.