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  • Library collections and services are housed in a spacious complex that includes the Learning Center, attached to the former Rose Memorial building. Across the courtyard is the national United Methodist Archives and History Center, jointly administered by the University Library and the United Methodist Commission on Archives and History. Library facilities provide private study space, publicly accessible computers and convenient access to reference material.
  • The library faculty provides reference assistance, instruction in use of the library, and individual guidance to students. 
  • The library employs an open-stack system, permitting users direct access to our collection. 
  • An online catalog and a discovery service (ScholarSearch) both allow searches for particular holdings. The library also provides a wide range of electronic sources directly to users and a local-area network makes specialized indexes easily accessible. Since 1939 the library has been a depository for U.S. government publications, and it also collects the official documents of the United Nations and the State of New Jersey. There are over 443,000 documents in the collection.

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Copying in the Library

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