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Access Jenks Library Databases Off-campus

Access Library Databases Off-Campus

You can access library databases, journals, and most e-books by logging in with your Gordon email and password. Have questions about your password? Go to

How Do I Print?

There are two ways to print:

  1. Set up Mobility Print to print from your personal device.
  2. Upload your document to from anywhere on campus, select papercut2\GordonSecurePrint-BLACK (virtual) or papercut2\GordonSecurePrint-COLOR (virtual), and then come to any Canon printer (including the library) to print!

Which printer do I select if I want to print in the Reference Room?

There are two print options to choose from, select which one you would like depending on if you want to print in black & white, or in color.

  • Black & White
    • ​papercut2\GordonSecurePrint-BLACK (virtual)
  • Color
    • ​papercut2\GordonSecurePrint-COLOR (virtual)

Guest Fees for Printing/Copying

Black & White: $0.05 per page

Color: $0.10 per page


Round plug set in a table with two USB chargersWall socket beside a table with 2 USB chargersZoomed out view of socket with 2 USB plugs above a booth table

You can borrow phone charging cords from the circulation desk.

USB charging ports are available in:

  • The booths in the mezzanine
  • The couches next to the entrance
  • Tables in the Alumni Reading Room


Study Room Reservations

Instructions for Use

  1. Reserve. Reserve a study room using our online book system. 
  2. Check-in. Check-in to use the room by either scanning the QR code at the door or using the check-in link in your confirmation email. If you do not check-in within 15 minutes, your reservation will be automatically canceled. 
  3. Check-out. Check-out when you are done using the room by scanning the QR code at the door again or using the link in your confirmation email. 
  • Jenks 311 - Table with 4 chairs, 37in LCD monitor with VHS/DVD player and laptop hookup capability
  • Jenks 406A - Table with 4 chairs
  • Jenks 421 - Table with 4 chairs
  • Jenks 427 - Table with 5 chairs, whiteboard 

Course Reserves for Students

Course Reserves

Professors occasionally place books, DVDs, CDs and other material on reserve for class use. These materials are available at the Circulation Desk.

  • On the Search for Courses tab, search for your course by instructor's name, course ID, or course name.
  • Clicking on the course link will display the items on reserve for your course. Look at the item's status to determine if it is available or checked out.
  • You can check out reserve materials at the Circulation Desk. When asking for reserves you should know the course ID (ie: BCM101) and the title of the item.
  • Reserve materials have shorter loan periods and fines. Be sure to return the materials on time. If no one is waiting for the item, you can renew a reserve item once.

Interlibrary Loan

Open book

Book request form

Before requesting a book through Interlibrary Loan, please check both the NOBLE Catalog and Commonwealth Catalog for availability. 


Article request form

Before requesting an article through Interlibrary Loan, please check Journal Finder for availability at Jenks Library.

MFA (Museum of Fine Arts) Access

Boston Museum of Fine Arts stone building in Greek style with four columns and statue of man on horseback

Undergraduate college students, faculty, and staff enjoy free access to the MFA (Museum of Fine Arts) if their college/university is enrolled as a member in this program. We're pleased that Gordon College can make this available to our students, faculty, and staff. 

Through the University Membership program, students, faculty, and staff receive free admission to the Museum through the use of their photo ID.

While general admission will continue to be free for all University Members, there will be a $7 additional surcharge for special temporary exhibitions. Guided visits are not available at this time.