The Rowan University SOM Health Sciences Library offers a variety of services to alumni of SOM and GSBS programs located on the stratford campus. For questions about the Library and the services we provide to alumni contact us at (856) 566-6800. Also check out the RowanSOM Library Guide for recent graduates and alumni.
Alumni are welcome to visit the Library and utilize any of our print resources in the Library. However the Library cannot offer borrowing privileges to alumni at this time.
Reference Librarians are available to provide assistance to alumni with research projects, database searching and information retrieval. The Reference staff is normally available for research assistance on weekdays until 9:00 pm. Contact Public Services at (856) 566-6992 or use the Ask A Librarian web form.
Alumni are welcome to visit the Library and access all online licensed resouces from a Library or Computer Lab computer. Off-campus access to most e-journals and databases is licensed for current students, faculty, and staff use only. Off campus access to licensed resources cannot be extended to alumni.
Document Delivery/ ILL Services
The Library offers document delivery and Inter-Library Loan (ILL) services to alumni. Charges vary for these services. Please contact the Library at (856) 566-6800 for more information.
Alumni have access to the Computer lab located in the Library. Software loaded on computers in the Microlab include Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, & PowerPoint), EndNote, and Adobe Acrobat. In addition a high quality scanner capable of scanning standard graphic files, text, and negatives X-Rays is available for use in the Microcomputer Lab.
Alumni are welcome to register for classes offered by the Library. Classes are meant to provide an introduction to an area of information management or performance improvement tools. Check the Library Classes and Training web page for current offerings and registration information.
The RowanSOM Library's Research Guides contain selectively filtered links to highly useful and authoritative tools, such as databases, electronic journals and textbooks, selected Internet sites, and mobile resources by subject. Research Guides are not meant to be comprehensive compilations; rather they are powerful starting points in initiating research on a health topic. Many of the resources listed on the Research Guides are to licensed resources that alumni do not have access to off-campus, but, the Library has put together a guide just for recent graduates and alumni. It lists quality and authorative clinical and biomedical research resources and links that are available for free.