The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) - Rider University students may borrow books from The College of New Jersey Library using their Rider ID.
JerseyCat - JerseyCat is New Jersey's statewide virtual catalog and interlibrary loan system. It provides all Rider faculty and students with real-time searching capabilities for New Jersey's Z39.50 compliant library catalogs
Library of Congress - The Library of Congress is the nation’s first established cultural institution and the largest library in the world, with millions of items including books, recordings, photographs, maps and manuscripts in its collections.
Libweb - is a directory of worldwide libraries, library catalogs and library servers. Libweb currently lists over 8000 pages from libraries in over 146 countries. It is updated daily.
New Jersey State Library - New Jersey residents may register to borrow books from the New Jersey State Library
Mercer County Public Library - Rider University students, staff, and faculty can get a free library card from the Mercer County Library System. (A photo ID and current pay stub or course schedule is required to complete the library card application). Nearest to the Lawrenceville Campus is the Headquarters Lawrenceville Branch.
Princeton Theological Seminary Library - The Princeton Theological Seminary Library serves Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton University, and wider communities of students, pastors, and scholars. Westminster students may borrow books using their Rider ID.
Princeton University - Rider University faculty may access the Firestone library using their Rider ID card and another form of identification. Students and staff may borrow an access card from Talbott Library. This card does not allow checkout of materials. Other Princeton University libraries have open access policies.
VALE Reciprocal Borrowing Program - is an agreement among participating VALE member colleges and universities. Through this program, Rider faculty may borrow books from many area academic libraries, including Rutgers University.
WorldCat.org - A union catalog of collections from 71,000 libraries in 112 countries.