Library Hours, Study Spaces & Computer Lab Access
Potter Library in Linden Hall is one of the available study spaces/computer lab spaces on campus.
The library is only open to current, registered RCNJ students, faculty and staff. Please see library hours. Masks are required.
Questions? Please email [email protected] or call 201.684.7575
COLLECTION MOVE AND ACCESSING MATERIALS IN SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER 2021
During the months of September and October, all library collections -- including all books, DVDs, Course Reserves, special collections, and more -- currently located in Linden Hall will be moved to the new Learning Commons building. During this transition, library materials can still be checked out but stacks will be closed for browsing. We will gladly retrieve the items for you if you don’t mind waiting. For larger requests, or to have items pulled before you come to the library, we recommend emailing us ahead of time at [email protected] and provide our staff with the catalog link to the material(s) you need. If an item is part of a multi volume set, please specify which volume(s) you need.
Throughout this process, collection items may be inaccessible at different times. If an item is inaccessible, we encourage you to request it through Interlibrary Loan.
Questions? Please email [email protected]
Research Help Services
Students can come in person during our Research Help Desk hours. For virtual Research Help, our chat research help hours are Mon.-Thurs. 9am-10pm, Fri. 9am-4pm, Saturday 12-6 pm, and Sunday 12-6pm.
If chat is not online, please feel free to email [email protected] and we will respond as soon as possible. More information on Research Help services is available on the Library website.
Remote Library Resources and Services
This guide compiles newly available resources, either by trial or offered by vendors to aid in remote and online teaching and learning. This guide also provides help in finding and accessing library information and for contacting librarians while you work remotely. Contact your Unit liaison librarian for further information. Click here to access guide.
Your Library in Your Hands!
Search for books, DVDs, audiobooks, CDs and more. Place holds, check due dates and renew items. Find out what’s happening at the library, or contact us. We’re here for you!
We hope you enjoy using this app as much as we do!
Various minor fixes and enhancements, including:
Supports longer titles in the search display
Supports scanning QR codes in the library (where available)
Ratings and Reviews
I love this app but why did you take away the ability to see whether or not the book is in stock and when it is due? That was the main thing I loved so much about the app. Please bring it back!
This application is a solid representation of the library system and the resources they offer but there is room for improvement. First the positives which is the app is easy to set up and customize to the user’s liking with a selection of your personal library. Users can easily manage the holds and see what they have checked out and if any fines are present. The app is easy to navigate and most importantly conduct a search with. The improvements include being able to add items to one’s saved lists directly from the source page. With that said the app is solid and over time I expect it to become even more resourceful for its users. The app is well worth a download for its patrons.
Indispensable but flawed
Regular RCLS library users know there's no real alternative to this - it's well designed and it works.
But it's also prone to constant screen hangs and network timeout errors - the most common scenario is that my request gets successfully placed, but I have to learn that later, because the screen doesn't refresh or has to be force quit.
All in all a satisfying frustrating (or vice versa) experience.
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- Ramapo Catskill Library System
- 18.9 MB
- Requires iOS 11 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Portuguese
- Age Rating
- 17+ Unrestricted Web Access
- © 2019 SOLUS UK Ltd
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.
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The Public Libraries of Rockland County that sit on the Western Side of the Hudson River via the I-287 Corridor and the new Governor Mario Cuomo Bridge is part of the Ramapo Catskill Library "Cooperative" Library System.
Ramapo Catskill Library System
The Ramapo Catskill Library System (RCLS) is a non-profit, cooperative public library system chartered in 1959 by the New York State Board of Regents. RCLS working cooperatively with its member libraries, provides coordinated services, guidance, training, support and leadership to member library trustees and staff to sustain their effort to be responsive, proactive, vital community institutions that meet the changing needs of their users in Orange, Rockland, Sullivan and southern Ulster counties. Working in cooperation with member libraries, RCLS helps to raise awareness about library services and works to eliminate barriers to library access and use.
The Ramapo Catskill Library System serves 47 chartered public libraries in urban, suburban and rural settings encompassing a total of 2,459 square miles with a population of 803,351 (2010 US Census). Each library has its own Board of Trustees and Director. The RCLS headquarters is located in Middletown and is not open to the public.
The System is governed by an eleven-member Board of Trustees who are unsalaried and whom the member libraries’ trustees elect for five (5) year terms at the System’s Annual Meeting. The Board also includes a non-voting member who represents the Directors Association.
The primary source of income for the System is state aid earned according to the formula established in New York State Education Law. RCLS also competes for grants to fund special projects for new and existing library services. The total budget in 2020 is $4,961,664. The System has 25 (FTE) employees, including four professional librarians and a business manager.
RCLS is a member of the Southeastern New York Library Resources Council (SENYLRC), which is a state funded, multi-type library cooperative that offers multi-county interloan; Library Trustees Association of New York State (LTA); New York Library Association (NYLA); and the American Library Association (ALA).
The System provides Automated Network SERvices (ANSER) a program that manages circulation, borrower registration, an online catalog, reserves and interloan. ANSER also provides access to a fiber optic wide-area network linking all member libraries, statistical reporting of collection use and other relevant data and cataloging services. Member libraries pay for most of the operating costs of ANSER.
In partnership with the RCLS Central Library (Newburgh Free Library) members are provided access to electronic database access and digital downloads of ebooks, audiobooks, videos and music. At the end of 2019 the total holdings of all member libraries, which can be searched through an easy-to-use Web interface, was in excess of 13.8 million items.
RCLS operates a delivery service five days a week which transports library materials between and among member libraries. This service facilitates interlibrary loan between RCLS libraries as well as the libraries within the Mid-Hudson Library System. The delivery service also makes it possible for library users to return materials to any library within the System and have it delivered to the appropriate library. In 2019 RCLS delivered just over 3.2 million items.
Supporting member libraries is the primary responsibility of the System and one important means of achieving this goal is through a broad range of consulting services offered by the RCLS management team. Another important service provided by RCLS is quarterly access to a preview collection of new and forth coming books for children and teens.
Maintaining a professional collection (5,929 volumes) covering all aspects of librarianship is one way the System helps to keep member library trustees and staff up to date on library issues and trends. In addition, the System regularly publishes and distributes a quarterly trustee newsletter (Trustee FYI) and the RCLS Weekly Memo. The System’s website (www.rcls.org) provides access to all RCLS publications, including a library directory, a statistical compilation with key information about its members, and a System annual report (RCLS Highlights). A wide range of information about RCLS and resources for member library trustees and staff, as well as, links to the web sites and on-line catalogs of all member libraries can be found on the RCLS web site.
The Ramapo Catskill Library System (RCLS) is a non-profit, cooperative public library system chartered in 1959 by the New York State Board of Regents. RCLS working cooperatively with its member libraries provides coordinated services, guidance, training, support and leadership to member library trustees and staff to sustain their effort to be responsive, proactive, vital community institutions that meet the changing needs of their users in Orange, Rockland, Sullivan and southern Ulster counties. Working in cooperation with member libraries, RCLS helps to raise awareness about library services and works to eliminate barriers to library access and use.
RCLS serves 47 chartered public libraries in urban, suburban and rural settings and is dedicated to meeting the needs of their communities. RCLS is also dedicated to the professional development and continuing education to member libraries' staff, directors, and trustees for the training and skills development needed to support excellent library service.
As a way of saying "thank you" to the many employees and volunteers of the Ramapo Catskill Library System and its member libraries, Marist College is offering special tuition pricing to those individuals as well as their immediate adult family members.
Special Tuition Pricing
Ramapo Catskill Library System and its member libraries will receive the following benefits:
- A tuition discount on eligible graduate and adult undergraduate degree programs. For our complete list of eligible programs and discounted pricing visit our eligible programs and pricing page.
- Options for Full-Time and Part-Time Master's and Bachelor's degree programs offered 100% online, in-class, or a mix of both.
- Enjoy state of the art classrooms for our Bachelor’s and Master’s programs offered on our Main Campus in Poughkeepsie, NY. We also offer a classroom-based MPA option at our satellite locations in Queens, NY, and Albany, NY.
Ramapo Catskill Library System and its member libraries volunteers, employees, and their families must show proof of active volunteer service or employment in order to qualify for the partnership tuition rate.
Adult undergraduate students are defined as students who began their Marist academic career at age 22 or older and who are applying through the Office of Adult Undergraduate Admission. Graduate students are those students who are initiating an application for a stand-alone masters degree through the Office of Graduate Admission.
Final determination of eligibility is made by Marist College.
Complete our online inquiry form to receive more information. All contact information provided is confidential.
Marist College offers students a variety of programs on-site and online for both graduate and adult undergraduate (ages 22+) learners.
Please visit our eligible programs page for more information.
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