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CCC ENG 102 (O’Carroll): Borrowing Books


Signing up for a Rutgers Library Account

It is FREE to use the Paul Robeson Library. All you need to do is sign up for a Rutgers library account.

To sign up:

  • Visit the circulation desk at the entrance to the Paul Robeson Library.
  • Show a circulation staff member your CCC ID card.
  • Fill out a form so that a library staff member can put a barcode on the back of your ID. You will also chose a PIN number in order to gain access to our computers and electronic resources.
  • Each semester you will need to return to the library with your updated ID to renew your library account.

Book Borrowing

If you are currently enrolled at Camden County College at Camden, you may borrow books from the Paul Robeson Library for 28 days unless the books are recalled.

You may also request books and articles from other Rutgers University Libraries, as well as other college and university libraries using our EZ Borrow Service or interlibrary loan service.


If you are a Camden County College-Camden City Campus faculty or staff member, you can borrow books from the Paul Robeson Library for the entire semester unless books are recalled. You may also borrow books from other Rutgers University libraries, or through our EZ Borrow or interlibrary loan service. 

To borrow books, you will need to bring your valid CCC ID card to the circulation desk at the Paul Robeson Library so that we can register you for your Rutgers account.

Librarian for CCC-Camden & Rowan at Camden

Bart Everts's picture
Bart Everts
Paul Robeson Library
Office 122
300 North 4th Street
Camden, NJ 08102

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