With 26 libraries, centers, and reading rooms located across Camden, Newark, and New Brunswick, the Rutgers University Libraries boast more than five million volumes and thousands of digital resources. It’s no wonder it ranks among the nation’s top research libraries.
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Using the Rutgers University Libraries
Students, faculty, and staff at Rutgers–Camden have access to a wealth of resources, from classical Greek texts, scholarly journals, manuscripts from the Revolutionary War—you’ll find it all. Our libraries have the resources, amenities, and staff to help you find what you need to succeed.
Located in the heart of the Rutgers–Camden campus, the Paul Robeson Library serves as an exceptional learning and study environment and a center for research at all levels. Dedicated library faculty deliver comprehensive support to undergraduate and graduate students with reference questions and information requests. Through the Paul Robeson Library, the Rutgers–Camden community can access the global resources of the Rutgers University Library System, as well as a host of online services.
Rutgers–Camden is home to one of New Jersey’s largest law libraries and offers excellent research facilities for students, legal practitioners, and the general public. The Law Library houses 440,000 bibliographic units in book and micro form, and the collection is comprehensive in its holdings of American, English, Canadian, and foreign legal periodicals. A selective federal depository, the Rutgers Law Library hosts numerous online collections of public documents related to federal and New Jersey courts.
All students have access to Rutgers’ entire network of 26 libraries and centers located on the Camden, New Brunswick/Piscataway, and Newark campuses as well as RU-Online, a digital library. The libraries contain indexes, databases, electronic journals, electronic reserves, archival information, and other full-text resources available through commercial licensing agreements that allow both onsite and remote access to current students, faculty, and staff.
After graduating from Rutgers–Camden, our alumni can still tap into all of the valuable resources and services offered by Rutgers University Libraries for all their lifelong learning needs. Browse through library catalogs and search an expansive collection of databases covering a wide range of disciplines. Alumni can apply for an alumni library card at any Rutgers library circulation desk with a Rutgers Alumni Card and a photo ID.