Course Reserves

Course Reserves


The library maintains a collection of Course Reserves materials to support faculty members’ instructional requirements for specific courses.


Please complete form, attach PDFs or Word documents, as needed, and submit electronically.


Option 1: Download this form, complete it, print it and bring to the library with physical items.
Option 2: Print this form, complete it, and bring to the library with physical items.
Option 3: Download this form, complete it, and email it to (with e-reserve files attached if appropriate).

Types of Course Reserves:

  • Electronic reserves (e-reserves), such as journal articles, readings, and book chapters, can be accessed online from the course reserves section of the library catalog.
  • Print and other physical reserve items, such as books and DVDs may be faculty-owned or from the library. Textbooks can also be placed on reserve, but they must be faculty-owned since the library does not buy textbooks.

Faculty Guidelines for Placing Items on Course Reserve

How to Access Course Reserves

Circulation of Print, Media and other Physical Reserves

Copyright and Course Reserves

If you have any questions, please contact:

Robert JP Graham, Interim Course Reserve Coordinator
Tel: 201.684.7838

Madel Tisi, Circulation, Reference & Instruction Librarian
Tel: 201.684.7510