Contact your department's subject librarian and learn about how we can help you with subject guides, library instruction, and course materials. We look forward to working with you.
Book order form: Please use this form to request an item for the library's collection.
Pivot (Research Funding): Pivot is database of over $44 billion in funding opportunities that is easily searchable by all Seton Hall faculty, students and administrators. The comprehensive database, which includes federal, non-federal, foundation, and private opportunities from around the globe, is open to researchers in any discipline.
Copyright: Information and questions.
Course Reserves: Make specific resources easily available to the students in your class, either through traditional reserves at the circulation desk in Walsh Library or through electronic reserves.
Data Services: Seton Hall University Libraries provide Data Management Services for all SHU faculty, researchers, staff, and graduate students.
Interlibrary Borrowing: Borrow books and articles from other libraries.
Library instruction: Request classes to be taught by librarians. Librarians are available to consult and collaborate with SHU faculty.
BrowZine: A reader-friendly interface used by faculty to browse, read and follow thousands of the library's scholarly journals.
Digital Campus Films: Provides classroom instructors with 24/7 access to over 17,000 commercial films in streaming digital format, allowing students to view on their own time.
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).