Answered By: Lisa Rose-Wiles Last Updated: Jan 08, 2016 Views: 89
Everyone is welcome to use print items in the library - you just need to sign in as a visitor at the circulation desk. Stop by the reference desk if you need assistance.
We do have a reciprocal borrowing agreement with Rutgers Newark which allows you to borrow up to 6 books. You need to get a ReBL sticker on your Rutgers library card first; click here to see the ReBL policy
If you are at Rutgers Camden or New Brunswick, there is a similar program through a consortium called Vale. To get Vale privileges, you need to complete an application form and get it signed at Rutgers library (for New Brunswick, I believe it is Alexander library that does this); click here for policy and to get to the form. Bring the completed form and your Rutgers ID with you and show it at our circulation desk.
Note that our computers and database access is restricted to Seton Hall students and faculty.
Also note that if you are driving here, you will need to stop at the guard booth just inside the gate and get a parking permit. The permit is free, but parking here can be very tight during the week after 10 am and before 3 pm, so I would suggest coming early or later in the day. Click here for library hours: note we do have weekend and evening hours.
Finally, click here for a campus map.
Enjoy your visit!