Our reference librarians are specially trained in children's, young adult, and adult services. They can request materials from partner libraries, place holds on materials, assist your research, recommend books, show you how to use our online catalog, provide computer access, locate materials for you, or answer any other question you have.
The librarians also have access to print and electronic indexes that provide citations to newspaper and magazine articles on a variety of subjects. Articles can be obtained in print, microfilm, or online format. As a member of the New Jersey Library Network, the New Brunswick Free Public Library has the power to go far beyond its own doors to provide the information needed.
Our services are available in person, by phone, or by email. It might surprise you how much of our library's services are completely free. Take advantage of our access!
Phone: 732-745-5108 x20
As of March 2022, we are offering one-on-one computer skills tutoring appointments. Please see our Events Page for details.
Visit the Libraries Focused on the Future webpage, provided through NJLWD funding and the Plainfield Public Library, for virtual job search assistance and digital literacy programs offered for free to all NJ residents. From this landing page you can access free, live, person-to-person chat for help with the following:
- Resume and cover letter review
- Job Search
- Interview skills
- Completing application forms
as well as free Digital Literacy Training and Certification.
The NBFPL is proud to be a Libraries to Business advocate. Libraries are playing a vital role in helping NJ businesses and residents recover in the wake of economic turmoil caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many New Jersey libraries have banded together in order to continue to act in the way that they have for centuries: as a conduit for information. The calendar housed on libs2b.com represents combined efforts and expert insights from government entities, businesses, nonprofit organizations, NGOs, and individual experts.