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Using the Library

Visit the Circulation Desk for:

  • Calculators for in Library use (the Math Lab also lends calculators)
  • Check in/check out of Library resources
  • Data CDs that accompany books
  • Directions and information
  • Headphones with or without splitters
  • Pick up Interlibrary Loan (ILL) books on hold
  • Management of lost or damaged books
  • Placing Holds on titles
  • Removing Library Holds on student records
  • Course Reserves
  • Settlement of Library fines

New Jersey Academic Library Network (NJALN)

The New Jersey Academic Library Network (NJALN) is a consortium of five academic libraries within the state that maintain a shared lending network for print materials (books). NJALN is comprised of:

  • The College of New Jersey (TCNJ)
  • The New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT)
  • Rowan University
  • Stockton University
  • William Paterson University

As a member of the Stockton community, if you search in FlashFind and identify a book that is owned by another NJALN institution, you can file a request for the book within FlashFind. The item will be shipped from that institution and you will be notified that you can come and pick it up from Stockton's library.

Have Questions?

Circulation Department

609-652-4346

circdesk@stockton.edu

Library borrowing privileges extend to:

All borrowers must have a registered library account to check out materials. Students, faculty, and staff must present their Stockton ID card.

Stockton alumni may apply for Alumni Borrowing Privileges by presenting a valid driver’s license at the Circulation Desk.

New Jersey residents, who are older than 16 years of age and not current students or employees of Stockton, may apply for Community Borrowing Privileges by presenting their valid Driver's License and Social Security card at the Circulation Desk.

Atlantic County Library System

Stockton students also have access to the Atlantic County Library System (ACLS). To receive an Atlantic County Library card, visit any ACLS branch location and show your Stockton ID card along with your permanent ID card. Your library card will grant you access to the physical and digital collections—including books, ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, DVDs, streaming video and music, and more—at all 10 branch locations:

You can check out the ACLS website to search their catalog, identify branch hours, and find contact information and addresses for each of the branches.