Submit an interlibrary loan request for novels, graphic novels, and more. Please note that only print books are eligible for interlibrary loan.
To submit an interlibrary loan request for a book not held at Stevens:
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As a student of a Hoboken college, you are eligible for a Hoboken Public Library card.
If you live and receive mail somewhere other than campus, you are also eligible for a card from your local library.
You're entitled to as many library cards as your eligibility allows. There's no limit other than maintaining residency (that is, you can't continue to use your Hoboken card after you graduate Stevens unless you live there).
Bring your DuckCard plus your current course schedule to get a Non-Resident card which allows you to check out print books and use the app to borrow ebooks and audiobooks.
Main Branch: 500 Park Avenue
Grand Street Branch: 124 Grand Street
You can get a library card where you get mail, so if you live in Jersey City, bring photo ID and proof of residency such as a bill mailed to your home to get a Resident card.
Main Branch: Priscilla Gardner Main Library, 472 Jersey Ave
Other branch locations
Many of New Jersey's public libraries in Bergen, Essex, Hudson, and Passaic counties are part of the Bergen County Cooperative Library System consortium, known as BCCLS and pronounced "Buckles."
A library card from one BCCLS library will work at any other library in the network, including Hoboken Public Library. BCCLS libraries prefer students from BCCLS towns use their home library card rather than get a non-resident card somewhere else (such as Hoboken).
Is your home library a member?
If you have a library card from a BCCLS library, check out their catalog for current holdings and use the Libby app for digital resources.
Many public libraries (including Hoboken Public Library) use the Libby app for ebooks, audiobooks, and other digital holdings. If you have multiple library cards, add them all in for wider selection.