Course pages & subject guides, databases arranged by subject and sorted by title, search engines, citation software, and more.
All of our print and microform holdings can be found by searching the library catalog. Current issues of print journals can be found in the Atrium on Level C. To search for individual journal articles use ScholarSearch in the form above.
A variety of distinctive historical and liberal arts collections as well as the historical archives of Drew University.
In addition to being a Federal depository Library which is open to the public, Drew University Library has collections of New Jersey government documents and United Nations documents.
Course pages & subject guides, databases & search engines, citation software, and more.
Titles your professor has put on reserve at the Circulation Desk.
ILL helps you borrow books and articles that you need even if Drew doesn’t own them.
The Personal Librarian Program is designed to introduce students to information literacy skills and the collections and services of the Drew Libraries.
Library Tools For Faculty
Quick links for Faculty resources
Explore the historical records of the university and materials ranging from the 11th century through the present.
The most significant collection of Methodist materials in the world.
Library Services, The Center for Academic Excellence, Instructional Technology Center, University Technology Helpdesk, & The INTO Learning Resource Center.
“The Library has always been at the heart of Drew University.”