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Welcome to Robeson Library

We are here to help you succeed! Our dedicated library team will boost your library research skills via workshops and reference help. Our experts will help you find the latest resources to advance your research and strengthen your teaching. If we don’t have what you are looking for, our team will get those items from partner libraries. Our vibrant exhibits and displays will tell you many new stories and our Rutgers-Camden faculty publications area will inspire you.  Robeson Library is part of what makes Rutgers-Camden an exciting place to learn!

3 students walking across Camden campus in Spring

Student Success Initiatives

Robeson Library Undergraduate Research Award
Undergraduate Research Award

The Paul Robeson Library Undergraduate Research Award recognizes excellence in undergraduate research projects that make use of a range of library resources, collections, and services.

Robeson Library Personal Librarian Program
Personal Librarian Program

The Personal Librarian Program helps Rutgers-Camden first-year undergraduates connect with a librarian to learn about library resources, performing research, library events, and more.

Robeson Library Library Student Advisory Board
Library Student Advisory Board

The Library Student Advisory Board is a group of student volunteers who are passionate about their campus library and want to include students’ perspectives in the functioning and quality of library programs and services.

What’s Happening at the Libraries?

Borrow free passes to area museums courtesy of the Office of Student Involvement and the Paul Robeson Library.

Announcing the Rutgers University-Camden Library Museum Pass Program

New sculptural donations to the Rutgers-Camden Collection of Art from Debra Sachs & Marilyn Keating are now on display in Robeson Library.

On Exhibit at Robeson Library: Empowered Visions