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Come Back to the Library!

On the Mays Landing campus, library services are expanding, but we still need to take precautions. If you are able, please fill out this form before you visit. All visitors must adhere to campus safety protocols during the Covid pandemic. 

The libraries in Atlantic City and Cape May are now open for limited hours. Please check below for library hours when planning to visit, and remember that all campuses are closed on Fridays in the summer.

If you have any questions about accessing books,or anything else we can help with, please email library@atlantic.edu. All of our services continue to be available online.

Current Library Information

Library Hours - Spangler Library - Mays Landing Campus

Current Spangler Library Hours

Day Hours
Monday 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Friday Closed
Saturday & Sunday Closed

Library Hours - Cape May County Campus

Current Cape May County Campus Hours

Day Hours
Tuesday 10:00 a.m. - noon
Thursday 10:00 a.m. - noon

 Library Hours - Atlantic City Campus

Current Atlantic City Worthington Center Hours
Day Hours
Tuesday 10:00 a.m. - noon
Thursday 10:00 a.m. - noon

Online 24-7

Use the buttons below to get access to the library's online collections.

We have reference sources for getting started, e-books on all topics, databases for finding articles, and subject guides with resources for many fields of study.

 

Link to library resources for research.

  • If you are not on campus, make sure you have the login codes handy. Don't have them? Send a message to library@atlantic.edu. You'll get an immediate reply.
  • Select the type of resource you need.
  • Choose a database to search.
    • Not on campus? Click on the off-campus login button to go to the database.
      • Enter the user name and password, and submit the form.
    • On campus? Click on the underlined title link to go to the database.

 Ask a Librarian

Call the reference desk: (609) 343-5665.

Send your questions to library@atlantic.edu.

Chat with us on Google Hangouts! Send messages to library@atlantic.edu, M-Th, 9-6.

Need help on the weekend? The library email is checked periodically on Saturday and Sunday.

Tutoring questions and appointments: tutoring@atlantic.edu

Borrow books, place holds, renew material: circdesk@atlantic.edu

Need Coronavirus information? Check out our Coronavirus Guide. Includes health information and help for studying, teaching, and living in a lockdown.

About Us

Campus Locations

Due to COVID-19, the Worthington Information Commons is currently closed, but library services are available. Learn more about current access to library services and to the Nonprofit Resource Center.

The library at our Atlantic City Campus, located at 1535 Bacharach Boulevard, provides the services of professional librarians, support staff and tutors to assist students and faculty with research and library instruction.

  • The library provides access to print books, ebooks, articles, online research databases, newspapers and more. With your Atlantic Cape library card, you have access to the print collection from the Atlantic County Library. 

  • Computers have a full suite of Microsoft Office applications and subject specific software for class assignments. There are also laptops for students to use in the library. 

  • Assistive technology equipment is available for use by students, faculty and staff.

  • Printers, a photocopier and scanner are available. Art exhibits, board games and jigsaw puzzles allow students to relax, and study with classmates. Printing is free for students and faculty. 

  • The charging station is conveniently located for charging your device.

  • Faculty are encouraged to request library instruction to help their students learn to research and use information ethically and effectively.

  • Faculty and staff may also reserve the computer classroom (Room 132) for library research, class assignments or special events. To reserve Room 132, please email the library.

Contact Information

  • Circulation Desk and Course Reserves: (609) 343-4800 Ext. 4726
  • Reference Question: (609) 343-4815

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Due to COVID-19, the Mullock Family LIbrary is currently closed, but library services are available. Learn more about current access to library services and to the Nonprofit Resource Center.

The library at our Cape May County Campus, located at 341 Court House South Dennis Road in Cape May Court House, provides the services of professional librarians, support staff and tutors to assist students and faculty with research and library
instruction.

  • The library provides access to print books, ebooks, articles, online research databases, newspapers and more. With your Atlantic Cape library card, you have access to the print collection at the Atlantic County Library.
  • The library has a computer lab for students to use. These computers have a full suite of Microsoft Office applications and subject specific software for class assignments. There are also laptops for students to use in the library. 
  • Assistive technology equipment is available for use by students, faculty and staff. 
  • Printers, a photocopier and scanner are available. Rotating art exhibits, board games and jigsaw puzzles allow students to relax, and study with classmates. Printing is free for students and faculty.
  • Study rooms are available for quiet study or group projects 
  • The charging station is conveniently located for charging your device.
  • Faculty are encouraged to request library instruction to help their students learn to do research and use information ethically and effectively.
  • The Nonprofit Resource Center offers free access to the Funding Information Network  (FIN). The FIN is a suite of online databases from Candid (previously known as the Foundation Center). The FIN offers the most up-to-date information on available grant opportunities and funding history for 140,000+ U.S. and international foundations, corporations, and federal agencies. 
    • Foundation Directory Online (FDO) database is a research tool that helps grant seekers locate the funding sources for nonprofit organizations, individuals, and businesses.
    • Grants to Individuals database identifies organizations that fund scholarships
      and creative or entrepreneurial projects.
    • The Nonprofit Resource Center also offers periodic workshops (free of charge) on how to use the online research tools, write grant proposals, budget and financial management, and other topics of interest to nonprofit organizations.
    • In-person access to the Nonprofit Resource Center is available when the library is open to the public.

Contact Information

  • Circulation Desk and Course Reserves: (609) 463-3713
  • Reference Question: (609) 463-3713

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The library at the main campus is located in D Building, 5100 Black Horse Pike, in Mays Landing. At this time, D Building is undergoing renovations that will improve the quality of our spaces. Please enter the building through the campus-side doors, and excuse our appearance during construction.

The library provides the services of professional librarians, support staff and tutors to assist students and faculty with research and library instruction, and contains the largest collection of print resources in the Atlantic Cape libraries.

  • The library provides access to print books, ebooks, articles, online research databases, newspapers and more. With your Atlantic Cape library card, you have access to the print collection from the Atlantic County Library. 

  • Computers have a full suite of Microsoft Office applications and subject specific software for class assignments. There are also laptops for students to use in the library. 

  • Assistive technology equipment is available for use by students, faculty and staff.

  • Printers, a photocopier and scanner are available. Art exhibits, board games and jigsaw puzzles allow students to relax, and study with classmates. Printing is free for students and faculty. 

  • The charging station is conveniently located for charging your device

  • Study rooms are available for quiet study or group projects.
  • The Mays Landing Campus library has extensive print collections of culinary, law, art and nursing materials.
  • Faculty are encouraged to request library instruction to help their students learn to research and use information ethically and effectively.
  • When it is not in use for library instruction, faculty may request the use of the library classroom (D202) for independent research sessions and class assignments requiring computers.

The library is also home to the Atlantic Cape Community College Art Gallery with exhibits by students, faculty and the community. Check the web site for current and upcoming events.

Contact Information

  • Circulation Desk and Course Reserves: (609) 343-4951
  • Reference Question: (609) 343-5665

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Tutoring Services

Get help understanding your classes and completing your assignments. Overall, Students who use our free tutoring services improve their grades. Visit the tutoring page for details.  

Don't see what you need? Send e-mail to tutoring@atlantic.edu.

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New York Times

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Guests

Guests on campus may visit: New York Times Group Pass

(Note: you may use any email address as your username when activating NYTimes.com from this method. You will have access to the account only when you are on campus.)

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