Email Reference Form

Please note that this service is for only Ramapo students, faculty and staff. Use the form below to email questions to our reference librarians. You should get a response within 24 hours (except weekends and holidays).

If you need immediate response to your question, you may want to try these options instead:

   1. Use chat to talk with a Potter librarian in real-time. To access, go to the library’s website, click on the Ask a Librarian icon and then type your question in the chat box. You will get immediate response if we are online. Our Chat hours are:

  • Mon-Thu 9:00 am – 10:00 pm
  • Fri 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • Sat 12:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • Sun 2:00 pm – 10:00 pm

   2. Call the Reference desk at 201-684-7574 during scheduled hours.

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Instructions: Use the library’s catalog to find books, course reserve items, movies, music and government documents. Conduct a quick search from this box or click on the catalog link for more search options.

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Instructions: Search for course reserves by typing in your professor’s name in the search box. Materials are usually available electronically or in print. If the reserve item is not available electronically, please write down the call number and give it to the Circulation staff so they can retrieve the item for you.

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