Moye Library exists to support the mission of the University of Mount Olive. To this end, the library seeks to provide collections of materials and access to information resources in a variety of formats to all University of Mount Olive students and faculty. The library also seeks to provide services that enhance the academic curricula, programs and activities of the University of Mount Olive.
The achievement of the mission of the library is sought through the following goals:
Moye Library, named for Reverend and Mrs. J.C. Moye who were active in the Free Will Baptist denomination, was completed in 1968. The library facilities were expanded with the completion of the companion Communications Building in 2006. The first floor houses the Reference Desk, reference collection, periodicals collection, the Everett Room, the Sawyer Room, the Circulation Desk, most staff offices, and the Learning Commons. The Free Will Baptist Historical Collection, the University Archives Collection, and the simulation nursing lab occupy the second floor. On display throughout the building is a collection of woodcuts by Ukrainian artist Jacques Hnizdovsky.