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South Jersey Regional Library Cooperative membership is open to academic, institutional, public, school, and special libraries in  Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem counties.

To be eligible as a member of the South Jersey Regional Library Cooperative, a library or library-related agency must have explicit service objectives, a fixed location and regular hours of service, an organized collection of information and materials accessible for use by its designated clientele, and a qualified and responsible staff. 

Its organizational structure must be identifiable, with a legal basis for operation and an established funding pattern. It must be wiIIing and able to contribute to the appropriate services and programs as determined by the Regional Library Cooperative.

Membership Application Form

To apply for membership, print out the application form, complete it and return to the SJRLC office. Questions? Call the SJRLC office at 856-346-1222 or email augello@sjrlc.org.

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South Jersey Regional Library Cooperative
Paint Works Corporate Center
10 Foster Avenue - Suite F-3 Gibbsboro, NJ 08026
Phone: 856-346-1222  Fax: 856-346-2839  CDL Express# 3818 Directions to SJRLC
Karen Hyman, Executive Director: hyman@sjrlc.org
Peter Bromberg, Program Development Coordinator & Web Master: bromberg@sjrlc.org

The South Jersey Regional Library Cooperative (SJRLC) is a multi-type library cooperative serving 560 member libraries in Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem counties. SJRLC is part of the New Jersey Library Network linking over 2500 libraries statewide. SJRLC services are funded from state tax funds appropriated by the New Jersey Legislature for the New Jersey Library Network.