Administrative offices, hours and phone extensions

Contact all offices at (662) 685 – 4771. All offices are open from 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Office of Admissions ………………………………………Ext. 166
Office of Alumni Affairs ……………………………………Ext. 119
Office of Academic Affairs…………………………………Ext. 114
Office of Business Affairs ………………………………….Ext.132
Office of Financial Aid………………………………………Ext. 145
Office of Information Technology Services……………….Ext. 100
Office of the President ……………………………………..Ext 131
Office of Public Relations ………………………………….Ext. 246
Office of the Registrar………………………………………Ext. 135
Office of Student Services …………………………………Ext. 247

Access Academic Student Services

Guyton Library

Technology Resources-Students and faculty have electronic access to the holdings and resources of Guyton Library.

Directory of Open Access Journals

Guyton Library offers students entry into the Directory of Open Access Journals. This resource delivers 482 full-text scholarly journals directly related to business and economics and 496 full-text scholarly journals directly related to psychology, and new journals are added daily. Examples include: 

Economic Insights

Journal of Economics and Business

Global Journal of Enterprise Information Systems

iBusiness

International Business and Management

International Research Journal of Finance and Economics

Journal of Behavioral Studies in Business

Journal of Business Studies Quarterly

Journal of Commerce

Journal of Interactive Advertising

BMC Psychology

Journal of Problem Solving

Open Psychology Journal

Advances in Psychology

Review in Psychology Research

The Directory of Open Access Journals can be found at: http://www.doaj.org/

Online Catalog

ATRIUUM, the library’s Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC), indicates the status and location of all library resources and can be accessed by internet connection.

Electronic Collection

Currently, 35,896 e-books are available in the electronic collection through EBSCOhost. In addition to the e-books, the following table outlines the periodicals available to Blue Mountain College faculty and students:

Online Databases

Faculty and students have access to over seventeen electronic databases. Examples of the electronic databases are below:

  • EBSCOhost Databases, including PsycARTICLES, Business Source Premier, and Regional Business News
  • Facts on File
  • Gale Literary Index
  • World Book
  • Business Research

There are over 5000 full-text journal titles available in the above data bases.

Computer Hardware
Twelve laptops are available for student check out. The library also offers two desktop computers and a scanner if an online student experiences difficulties with his/her computer equipment. In addition, the Center for the Advancement of Learning (CAL) houses twenty-eight computers for student use.


Library Training
- To assist all students in the location of library resources, an online tutorial is provided here. In addition, the library tutorial is a part of the course shell for each online course so online students can readily find help in the use of the library. The library staff is available by email or by phone during office hours as stated above. The Guyton Library User Guide which contains passwords for data bases as well as other pertinent information is sent to each online student.

Campus Computing System

Students are encouraged to make use of the campus computing system. Acceptable use begins with individual responsibility in adhering to all local, state, and national laws. Furthermore, in keeping with the mission and goals of the College, all computing use should promote the academic, social, spiritual, and moral development of the campus. Access the fully stated College policy regarding acceptable computer use.

Campus Store

The campus store offers course support materials, school and office supplies, trade books, gifts, and collegiate memorabilia. The store is open to the public and the campus community from 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call the campus store for all issues related to textbooks at ext. 154 or order books through the campus store online.

Student Complaints

Informal complaints regarding the online experience should be addressed to Chris Driskell, General Education Online Program Coordinator at (662) 587-0922, LeeAnne Price, Online Business Program coordinator, or Dr. Emily Derrick, Online Psychology Program coordinator. Formal written complaints should be filed on the official complaint form found here. Access the College Policy and Procedure regarding Student Complaints.

Complaints regarding the technical aspects of the online course should be directed to the Tech Support, available M-F 8:00 am - 8:00 pm.
Ways to Request Help
Email: support@bmc.edu
Phone: 662-685-4771 ext. 102
Please include the following information when asking for help:
  • Your full name
  • Student ID
  • A detailed description of the problem you are encountering
  • Any error messages you are receiving
Students who have complaints to be addressed about any aspect of the collegiate experience should submit the complaints in writing.

After a student has exhausted all available complaint procedures established by Blue Mountain College, the College accepts Mississippi Commission on College Accreditation (MCCA) oversight in resolving complaints from students taking distance education courses/programs under the auspices of the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA).

 


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