Access, Borrowing and Delivery
Establish your Library Account, Barcode and PIN
To access the Libraries’ electronic resources or borrow books, you must establish a library account. You can register for an account by visiting or calling any library circulation desk. Once established, your account will be renewable annually.
Remote Access to the Libraries' Resources
Emeriti may access the Libraries’ licensed electronic resources from off-campus by logging in with their library barcode and PIN (see above).
Items from the circulating collections are loaned to faculty until the end of the semester. You may renew circulating materials at the end of the term, unless they are recalled for another borrower. For more information click here.
Delivery and Interlibrary Loan
Faculty emeriti can request journal articles from any Rutgers University library as well as delivery of materials not in the Rutgers University Libraries collections. More information about these services is found here.
Here is a direct link to the Interlibrary Loan and Article Delivery login for faculty emeriti. A library barcode and PIN is required.
Rutgers Delivery Service
Information about delivery of Rutgers resources between libraries and campuses can be found here.
As a member of the Pennsylvania Academic Library Consortium, Inc. (PALCI), the Libraries participate in PALCI's E-Z Borrow program for the expedited delivery of books. E-Z Borrow may be used for requesting books not owned, checked-out, or otherwise not available in the Rutgers University Libraries and are normally received within about five working days.
For more information on E-Z Borrow click here.
As a member of the Big Ten Academic Alliance (BTAA) which includes members of the Big Ten athletic conference and the University of Chicago, the Libraries participate in UBorrow for the delivery of books not available in the Rutgers Libraries. UBorrow books are normally received in about seven days.
For more information on UBorrow click here.
The Rutgers University Libraries maintain memberships in consortia and have special cooperative and affiliated arrangements with libraries and other organizations to provide access to scholarly materials for Rutgers affiliated users.
Research Support Services
RUCore-Rutgers Community Repository
RUCore is an open access institutional repository that makes the significant intellectual property of Rutgers University faculty and Rutgers University departments, centers, and institutes permanently and freely accessible for scholars and researchers around the globe. For more information, please contact your subject specialist or Rhonda Marker.
Service Desk Phone Numbers (includes Reference and Circulation desks)
For Questions and more information, contact:.
News and Events
Regular updates about new library resources, special events at the Libraries, changes in services and more are posted on the Libraries homepage. For a complete listing of current and recent news and events, see this page.
For feedback and questions regarding emeriti services, please contact: Karen Hartman.