The current Saint Peter's University students have full access to our library's online resources, both on campus and off-campus.
Saint Peter's credentials are required for off-campus access. More information is available at our Off-Campus Access page.
Here are some quick links for searching information:
Our Saint Peter’s University students may
Please notice that:
More information is available at our Circulation Services page.
Can't find the needed resources in our library? We'll locate them from other libraries.
Generally, book/media requests take 10-21 weekdays to arrive, while journal articles arrive within 3 weekdays.
More information is available at our Interlibrary Loan page.
Saint Peter's University students can visit and borrow from other libraries via two reciprocal borrowing programs.
To apply for a reciprocal borrowing card, please file an application at our library reference desk.
More information is available at our Reciprocal Borrowing page.
Your professors may leave books, articles, and other course-related materials at the Course Reserves for their students.
Location: behind the Circulation Desk of O'Toole Library.
Check Inventory: click here to check the Course Reserves online, or call the Circulation Desk (201) 761-6461.
RefWorks is a web-based bibliographic software package that enables you to:
It's free for all Saint Peter's students, faculty and staff.
More information is available at our Citation Help page.
Our librarians have compiled a series of subject guides, topic guides and course guides to share the valid resources in specific fields of study.
To start your research, select a research guide from the list and explore the resources recommended by librarians.
Our librarians look forward to working with our students to support their learning at Saint Peter's University.
Let us know your information needs. We can help you find information, make searching strategies, cite resources, etc.
To make a research consultation appointment, please complete the Research Consultation Appointment Form.
The O'Toole Library hires work-study students to
If you are an organized, detail-oriented, and responsible individual, you may consider applying to be a student library assistant.
Contact Tasheeda Capers or stop by the library to see if there are positions available.