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Harold Howard Center

Campus Connections

Harold Howard Center

Warner Library

Eastern’s Warner Library can help support your courses in a number of ways.

Faculty Services include:

  • Consulting on needed information resources

  • Connecting to online research consultation and reference support services

  • Embedding a librarian in your course

  • Creating online library instructional presentations

  • Integrating library instructional tutorials and quizzes

  • Setting up course reserves

  • Copyright services

  • LibGuides - a content management system used by university libraries to curate knowledge and share information through online guides on specific subject areas, courses, useful resources and general information portals.

The Warner Library website provides access to all the library's tools that you need.


Included are:

  • A tab to search our catalog for books located at all Eastern University's libraries as well as Palmer Seminary.

  • Interlibrary Loan tab includes book and article retrieval services; Rapid ILL for Articles and EZ Borrow login.

  • Tabs to take you directly to the Copyright, Plagiarism and Citation Libguides.

  • Form for E-Reserves and Regular Reserves; Guidelines for Electronic Reserves.

  • Book Request Form that allows you to request books for the library to purchase.

  • Tab to access information about our Library Research Instruction Services.

  • A list of all our subscription databases is listed under the Research tab.

  • Contact information for all library staff members.

Need Help? Contact Warner Library’s Information Desk.
(610) 341-1777

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Partnering for Student Success

It is no secret that continuing education can be stressful.  Many students are juggling school, work, family, and other responsibilities.  Sometimes, a ball drops and the student needs additional help.

If you are working with a student who needs support, we have a retention tool to assist you.  Retention Alert is within WebAdvisor/Student Planning (see myEastern) and enables you to open a retention case based on any of the following issue types:

  • Academic: attendance or performance issues, referrals to tutoring and/or writing assistance

  • Disability: refer to Disability Services

  • Financial: concerns

  • Individual: health or personal concerns, lack of engagement, language/cultural barriers, student satisfaction issues

  • Registration: intent to drop a course or leave university

When opening a case in Retention Alert, indicate the issue type as noted above, provide a summary and even list details about a particular student.  Once you click Submit, your student’s case will automatically be assigned a case number and will go to the SSA assigned to that student.  The SSA will get an email notification that a Retention Alert case has been submitted and can start working immediately on the case.

Retention Alert training is available upon request, please contact Sarah Roche, Registrar, at

Please note: While Retention Alert is considered advising notes and is not available at student request, any information in Retention Alert is admissible in court should a student bring suit against the university. 

Student Success
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Public Safety

Security: 610-341-1737

At Eastern University we believe that a safe campus is your right – and your responsibility. Click here to read the policies and procedures designed with your safety in mind.


Please note two items in particular:

  • Emergency Messaging System: Adjunct faculty should sign up for Eastern’s Emergency Messaging System.  Should an emergency occur on any Eastern University campus or site, a text message or email will be sent to registered community members with the location, the problem, and what to do to stay safe. The message will be brief and to the point.

  • Apply for Parking Permit: Only adjunct faculty who teach at St. Davids' campus are required to display a parking permit. Go to the Public Safety webpage and click on the link “Parking Permit - for Faculty, Staff and Administration.” Complete the online form to apply.  Questions may be directed to

Public Safety

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