If driving, please use 16 Bishop Place New Brunswick, NJ 08901 in your navigation system.
Visitor parking is available in the lot off Bishop Place (Lot 37). Parking passes are available at the Circulation Desk.
New Brunswick Theological Seminary (NBTS) is committed to the ongoing work of Anti-Racism. As an institution we embrace diverse cultures, ethnic backgrounds and denominations. To read about the various initiatives at NBTS please click here. To view a collection of event recordings produced by the Seminary, please visit the NBTS Vimeo page.
The mission of the Gardner A. Sage Library is to collect, preserve, and provide resources to support the New Brunswick Theological Seminary (NBTS) curriculum, with particular emphasis on materials on social justice, and in the Reformed tradition. By making resources discoverable and accessible, we support NBTS faculty, students, and the broader community. The Gardner A. Sage Library of the future will maintain the Library building’s historic integrity and spiritual atmosphere that inspires scholarship, while enhancing its physical accessibility, and the collection’s discoverability, to better foster research.
Course Reserves items are In Library Use Only and can be checked out for 3-hours at a time. To use an item that is on Course Reserves please see the staff at the Circulation Desk.
To view a list of print materials on Course Reserves click here. Ebooks are not placed on Course Reserves. These items can be found by either searching the Sage Library Catalog for the title and locating the eBook or by searching within the DTL (for current DMin and Master's students).
To submit resources for the library to place on Course Reserves for your classes, please send your reading lists (or syllabi) to the Sage Library staff at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have specific questions about the availability of certain materials you are wanting to use in your courses, please contact the Access Services and Reference Librarian, Deanna Roberts at email@example.com.