Business Research Library
The Business Research Library is on the Hackensack side of the Metropolitan Campus, located on the first floor in Dickinson Hall. The collection of almost 18,000 volumes covers all aspects of business including advertising and marketing, finance and accounting, business law and ethics, and international business. There are many industry-specific titles, as well as plenty of materials to support the Hospitality Management program on campus. The collection also includes some materials for the Nursing program. The reference librarians are dedicated to serving students and faculty members with their research.
Also on the Hackensack side of campus is the Anthony J. Petrocelli College of Continuing Studies Reading Room in the Edward Williams Building, and the North Jersey Heritage Center located at 10 Woodridge Avenue in Hackensack. This archive facility houses New Jersey Documents collection, New Jersey manuscripts, and the Jerseyana collection of books, newspapers, maps, and reference works. Additional manuscript holdings include early FDU records, the archive of the International Association of University Professors, and, eventually, the FDU Archives.
The FDU Online Library provides access to 90+ subscription databases containing over 20,000 full-text journals, more than 75,000 e-books, and a streaming video collection. Most resources within the FDU Online Library are available 24/7, both on campus and remotely.
The FDU Digital Archives collection consists of unique items from the university's archives, and from distinctive collections developed in collaboration with non-library partners, related to both the history of Northern New Jersey and the University. Materials include master's theses, government documents, historical photographs and documents, digital artifacts, maps, and podcasts. This collection is continually growing as we work to preserve our university's heritage.