Glassboro Branch

The Glassboro Public Library opened on September 23, 1956 in the Glassboro Police Reserve's meeting room. Since then the library has moved three times, the last time in 1979. The library now occupies 8,500 square feet of the building it shares with the live-in quarters of the Glassboro Fire Department. The Glassboro Public Library became a branch of the Gloucester County Library System in 1996.

Branch Manager: Loretta Lisowski

Borrowing Policies

  • Books, Magazines, CDs, CD Audiobooks, Playaways - 2 weeks

  • Videos - 3 days or 2 weeks

Other Services

  • Children's Programs (registration required)

  • Adult Programs

  • Career Connections for job and career services

  • Ongoing used book sale

  • Extensive children's and entertainment video collection

  • Extensive multi-cultural book collection

  • Interlibrary loans

  • FAX service

  • Free Internet access

  • Notary Public (call for appointment)