Access & privileges
The University Libraries are intended primarily for the use of currently enrolled Seton Hall University students and currently employed faculty, administrators and staff. Others, such as Seton Hall University alumni, visiting scholars who are currently sponsored by an academic or administrative division, and public visitors, may also have access to the collections.
Please note that during midterm and final exams, guest access to the library's computers will be restricted to SHU alumni. There will be no guest access for non-alumni community users.
There is no guest use of computers from Tuesday February 17 to Friday March 6 and Monday March 16 to Monday March 23.
General Conditions for Access
- Patrons must check out Library items in order to take them out of the Library. If a door alarm sounds, they must return to the Circulation desk to make sure all items have been desensitized.
- A valid SHU ID card or a visitor's pass, to be worn after guests sign the University Library Visitor's Book, must be available and/or visible for presentation to a member of the University Public Safety and/or to University Libraries personnel.
- Persons using the University Libraries may be under video surveillance.
- Persons using the University Libraries must not create a disturbance or exhibit behavior that interferes in any manner with normal, or other person's, use of the University Libraries.
- Persons who bring minor children with them into the University Libraries must closely supervise them and remain with them at all times.
VALE Reciprocal Borrowing Seton Hall faculty & students may apply for access and borrowing privileges at 45 New Jersey colleges and universities that are members of VALE (the Virtual Academic Library Consortium).
Reciprocal Borrowing and Lending Consortium The Reciprocal Borrowing and Lending Consortium allows ReBL card holders to access 25 member libraries in Essex County (NJ).
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Seton Hall University students who do not comply with the policies outlined above may be asked to leave the University Libraries, and an incident report will be filed with the Dean for Community Development; in addition, the student may be reported to appropriate law enforcement authorities.
Persons other than current students whose behavior is not consistent with the policy outlined above may be asked to leave the University Libraries, may be reported to appropriate law enforcement authorities and subject to arrest, and may be barred from using the University Libraries for a given period.
A person who is barred from using the University Libraries for any reason may appeal to the Dean of University Libraries for the reinstatement of privileges.
Revised June 19, 2013