Guest Services at Campbell Library
General Public Access
During the spring and fall academic semesters, Campbell Library is open to the general public Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. and on Friday, from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Campbell Library is closed to the general public on Saturday and Sunday. Borrowing privileges and interlibrary loan services are not available to the general public. However, guests may use materials in the building during open hours.
Subscription-based, online resources are not accessible from off-site. Guests may visit the Reference Desk to obtain a temporary username and password for onsite computer and database use. Printing services are unavailable to guests.
Groups of students, grades k-12, are invited to schedule supervised visits through the Director of Public Services, Deborah Gaspar. Elementary and middle school students must be supervised at all times by a responsible adult.
Director of Public Services
For questions about special accommodations and privileges, please contact the Access Services Department at 856-256-4802.
Alumni, Retirees, and Emeriti
Alumni, retirees, and emeriti are permitted to borrow books and other circulating library materials using a Rowan University alumni card. Database access is restricted to on-campus use. To obtain an alumni card, please contact the Alumni Office:
Alvin Shpeen Hall
40 N. Academy Street
Glassboro, NJ 08028
Faculty, staff, and graduate students from New Jersey institutions who are in good standing at their home library qualify for onsite borrowing privileges at other participating New Jersey libraries. Visit www.valenj.org for instructions.
The "VALE Reciprocal Borrowing Application Form" must be signed and approved by the host institution (Access Services Librarian, in the case of Rowan University). Please note that Rowan University limits off-campus database access to users with active Rowan network accounts. All others may use online databases in the Campbell Library (See “General Public Access” section for details).
Tri-State College Library Cooperative (TCLC)
Rowan University students, faculty, and staff may use the libraries of the Tri-State College Cooperative (TCLC). Go to http://www.tclclibs.org/resources and download the "Letter of Introduction." Our Access Services librarian will verify your status and complete the required section of the form. Students/affiliates from TCLC Member Institutions can borrow books and music scores from Campbell Library.
Click here for a list of participating libraries: http://www.tclclibs.org/members.
If your home library is a TCLC library, and you have a Letter of Introduction, contact the Access Services department at Campbell Library to arrange borrowing privileges.