Library Card - Renewal Form

Renew your library card in person (immediate use) or online.

 

  • Library cards are valid for one year.

  • Use the library card number and PIN to immediately access library online resources

  • Library cards are processed during library hours. Plan ahead for holiday closures.

  • You will be notified by email that your card is renewed.

  • You can also use your smartphone as your library card. Learn How !

  • Please direct questions regarding your library card request to (856) 874-6001 or (856) 874-6002.
Use College Library Card Number
& PIN to:
  • Access off-campus library article databases, thousands of e-books & other e-resources
  • Access and manage your library account
  • Download popular e-books, audiobooks and magazines
  • Borrow items from the college collection, and any library in the Camden County Library System
  • Borrow laptops and ipads
  • Use Interlibrary Loan Service

Request To Renew Library Card
Last Name: -- (required)

First Name: -- (required)

Middle Name or Initial:

Email Address: -- (required)

We will use your email address to send notifications such as: when requests are available for pickup, overdue reminders, and occasional important updates from the library.

Library Card Number: --(required)

College Status: -- (required) Student
Faculty
Adjunct Faculty
Staff


If you are a student please enter Student ID Number:

Complete Address: Street, City, State, Zip Code -- (required)

Telephone Number: -- (required)

In order to use your library card you will need to create a four-digit (numbers only) PIN. 

If you have not created a PIN, you can do so now. 

Store this PIN in a secure spot as you will need it each time you use your library card online.

Enter a PIN number (four digits --numbers only)

Retype your PIN number

Comments:

I accept responsibility for any material borrowed with this card. I agree to notify the Library promptly if the above address changes, or if this card is lost or stolen. -- (required) Yes

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