Please visit Using the Libraries during COVID-19 for up-to-date information on the operating status of the libraries. New Jersey depository materials are included in the broader plans for the physical collections.
Access to online government information continues to be available as usual through the website and research guides. Assistance is available via chat, email, or by contacting a subject librarian directly.
We apologize for the inconvenience, and we will provide full access again as soon as is reasonably possible. Contact information for nearby depository libraries can be found in the Federal Depository Library Directory.
The largest Federal government publications collections within Rutgers University Libraries are located at Alexander Library (College Ave. Campus) and the Library of Science and Medicine (Busch Campus). Additional collections are available at the Dana Library (Newark), the Robeson Library (Camden), and the Newark and Camden law libraries.
This guide is intended to provide links to online resources and starting points for research.
The Federal depository collections, and the services associated with those collections, are open to all regardless of age or affiliation. For additional information or assistance please contact the appropriate reference desk:
Members of the public who are unaffiliated with Rutgers, and who wish to use depository materials during the hours when a Rutgers ID is required, may gain access by contacting the librarian by email or phone (848-932-6113) a minimum of one business day in advance so that the material can be located and made available at the Circulation Desk of the appropriate library.
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