Answered By: Denise Brush Last Updated: May 18, 2018 Views: 6
If you are a regular community college student at Rowan College of Gloucester County (RCGC) or Rowan College of Burlington County (RCBC), you do not have any library privileges at Rowan University Libraries. You are considered a visitor and visitor policies apply.
As a visitor, you do not have access to any library online resources that require Rowan University credentials. A library staff member can log you into a computer as a guest, if computers are available, but you won’t be able to print. Or you can use the Rowan Visitor Wireless Network to access the Internet with your own device. You may be able borrow library materials through the VALE Reciprocal Borrowing program – check with the Access Services desk on the first floor of Campbell Library for more information.
However, if you are a Rowan Select student, you are considered a Rowan University student, even if you take courses at RCGC or RCGC. Since you have a Rowan Banner number and Rowan Card, you have full access to Rowan University Libraries.