Borrow Direct will resume incrementally beginning Sept. 28. The following schools will also be participating: Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Stanford, and Yale.

Starting September 4, the graduate study rooms in Firestone Library will be accessible to authorized graduate students and faculty as part of our reservation-based Study-Browse Service. Time in the study room is limited to a 10-15 minute visit to gather books from non-circulating collections, or...

On Aug. 27, Princeton University Library announced extended hours for Fall 2020. Read the full announcement on the PUL phased resumption of operations webpage. Beginning Aug. 31, all library locations will be open for study and browsing by appointment from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

In response to the needs of an increased number of students and faculty researching, teaching, and learning remotely this fall, we are pleased to announce the resumption of the HathiTrust Emergency Temporary Access Service (ETAS) effective August 31.

The Princeton University Library's Special Collections is expanding its virtual reference service this fall. In addition to email and phone reference, faculty, students, and other researchers can review materials in real time with PUL staff via Zoom or receive assistance with research.

The Princeton University Library (PUL) will launch a new Study-Browse Service for faculty and graduate students, as well as for the limited number of undergraduates approved to be on campus this fall.

The Princeton University Library (PUL) is offering book pick-up service and in-house digitization of print book collections for University faculty and graduate students. Library locations are not  open to undergraduates off campus, nor to the public and other patrons.