Direct Borrowing Program at NCCPL Libraries

The purpose of the Direct Borrowing Program is to enable current students and faculty of NCCPL libraries to have access to resources unavailable in their own institutions. This privilege is not provided for reasons of proximity, convenience, or for regular or long-term use.

To be eligible for the program, a patron must first obtain a Direct Borrowing Pass from the home library. Each pass entitles the patron to four visits, including borrowing materials, at any NCCPL library.

Patrons are responsible for contacting the library to be visited and identifying themselves to library staff on arrival. Please consult the library information on this page before visiting and follow the registration and restrictions instructions.

 

 

NCCPL Member Libraries

Associate Members

ALLIANT INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
Rudolph Hurwich Library
One Beach Street
San Francisco, CA 94133
(415) 955-2157

 

URL: http://www.alliant.edu/library/

Contact: Joe Tally
Collection Strengths:
Family/child psychology, clinical psychology, psychodynamic theory, organizational psychology
Direct Borrower Registration: By appointment
Restrictions on Access: By appointment
Restrictions on Materials: 4 items max. at any time. 4 week checkout period. Items subject to recall. No renewals. Reserves, journals, tests, audio-visuals do not circulate.

 


 

CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF INTEGRAL STUDIES
Laurance S. Rockefeller Libary
1453 Mission St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
415/575-6180
URL: http://library.ciis.edu

Contact: Lise Dyckman
Collection Strengths: Eastern & comparative philosophy and religion; psychology; integral health; social and cultural anthropology
Library Hours: M-F 10am-7pm ; Sat. 10am-6pm. Will vary for summer session and semester breaks - call to check
Direct Borrower Registration: When open
Restrictions on Access: None
Restrictions on Materials: 6 items max. at any time. No renewals. Course reserves & journals are library use only.

 


 

C.G. JUNG INSTITUTE
Virginia Allen Detloff Library
2040 Gough St.
San Francisco, CA 94109
415/771-8055 x207

Contact: Marianne Morgan
Collection Strengths: Jungian and archetypal psychology, psychoanalysis, mythology, symbolism, religion, alchemy, art
Library Hours: Tues 10am-3pm ; Wed 10am-5pm (Onsite use on Wed. only) ; Thurs 11am-5pm
Direct Borrower Registration: Wed. 10am-5pm
Restrictions on Access: By appointment
Restrictions on Materials: 3 items max. at any time. No renewals. Reserve, archival items do not circulate.

 



DOMINICAN UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
Archbishop Alemany Library
50 Acacia Ave.
San Rafael, CA 94901
415/457-4440
URL: http://www.dominican.edu/library/

 

Contact: Alan Schut: Director of Collections and Cataloging
Collection Strengths: Liberal arts, education, nursing, humanistic psychology, religion, family systems.
Library Hours: Call for hours
Direct Borrower Registration: M-F 9am-4pm
Restrictions on Access: None
Restrictions on Materials: None

 



HOLY NAMES UNIVERSITY
Cushing Library
3500 Mountain Boulevard
Oakland, CA 94619
URL: www,hnu.edu/cushinglibrary/index.html
Contact: Karen G. Schneider

 

 

 


 

JOHN F. KENNEDY UNIVERSITY
Robert M. Fisher Library
100 Ellinwood Way
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
925/969-3100
URL: http://library.jfku.edu

Contact: Circulation desk staff
Collection Strengths: Sports psychology, transpersonal psychology, museum studies, holistic studies, religion, counseling, psychology, education.
Library Hours: M-Th 11am-8pm, F-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun closed
Direct Borrower Registration: Open hours
Restrictions on Access: Hours may vary during breaks; call first. JFKU users have priority for all services.
Restrictions on Materials: 6 items max. at any time. No renewals. Videos, journals, reserve books do not circulate.
Other Restrictions: Materials not returned after the first overdue notice are billed $55 per title.

 


 

 

MERIDIAN UNIVERSITY
47 Sixth St.
Petaluma, CA 94952
URL:http://www.MeridianUniversity.edu

Contact: Diana Spaulding, Library Consultant

Library under development.

 


 

PACIFICA GRADUATE INSTITUTE
Graduate Research Library
249 Lambert Rd.
Carpinteria, CA 93013
805/969-3626 ext. 143
URL:http://www.pacifica.edu/library.aspx

Contact: Alain Dussert
Collection Strengths: Jungian and archetypal psychology, mythology
Library Hours: 8am-6pm, except holidays/breaks
Direct Borrower Registration: Open hours
Restrictions on Access: None
Restrictions on Materials:
10 items max. per loan period. 6 week loan period. No renewals. Journals, special collections, audiotapes do not circulate.

 


 

PALO ALTO UNIVERSITY
Omar Seddiqui Research Library
1791 Arastradero Road
Palo Alto, CA 94304
650/433-3808

URL: :http://www.paloaltou.edu/department/omar-seddiqui-research-library

Contact: Scott Hines, University Librarian
Collection Strengths: Assessment, forensic psychology, child and family therapy, neuropsychology, personality theory, cross-cultural clinical training
Library Hours: Call for hours
Restrictions on Materials: DVDs, Videotapes, journals, assessment materials do not circulate.

 


 

SAINT MARY'S COLLEGE OF CALIFORNIA
St. Albert Hall Library
1928 St. Mary's Rd/PO Box 4290
Moraga, CA 94575-4290
925/631-4229
URL: http://library.stmarys-ca.edu

Contact: Sharon Walters
Collection Strengths: Business, Education, Psychology, Religion, Humanities
Restrictions on Materials:
5 items max. at any one time. 28 days checkout period, with one renewal for an additional 28 days. Items subject to recall. Reserves, periodicals, media, and Reference materials do not circulate.
Other Restrictions:
Materials are billed if not returned or renewed after the first notice. Billing fees are $75 replacement cost and a $10 non-refundable billing fee.

 


 

SAMUEL MERRITT UNIVERSITY
John A. Graziano Memorial Library
400 Hawthorne Ave.
Oakland, CA 94609
510/869-8694
URL: http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/library

Contact: Marcus Banks
Collection Strengths: Nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, medicine, physician assistant, podiatric medicine

Direct Borrower Registration: Open hours
Restrictions on Access:
Hours will vary during semester breaks and holidays. Call 510/869-8900 for exceptions.
Restrictions on Materials: No renewals. Journals, audio and videotapes, and reserves do not circulate.


 


 

SAN FRANCISCO CENTER FOR PSYCHOANALYSIS
Erik Erikson Library
444 Natoma St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
Tel. 415-563-4477
Fax 415-857-7596
www.sf-cp.org

Contact: Alyson Barrett-Ryan
Collection Strengths: Psychoanalysis
Direct Borrower Registration: Open hours
Restrictions on Access: None
Restrictions on Materials:
2 items (monographs) at any time. Journals, audiotapes, videotapes do not circulate.

 



SAYBROOK GRADUATE SCHOOL AND RESEARCH CENTER
747 Front Street, 3rd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94111-1920
(415) 394-5062

URL: http://www.saybrook.edu

 

Contact: Noah Lowenstein
Restrictions on Materials: Does not participate in Direct Borrower Program.

 


 

SOFIA UNIVERSITY (Formerly INSTITUTE OF TRANSPERSONAL PSYCHOLOGY)
Sofia University Library (Formerly ITP Library)
1069 East Meadow Circle.
Palo Alto, CA 94303
650/493-4430 ext. 221
URL: http://www.sofia.edu/library

Contact: Katrina Rahn, Sharon Hamrick
Collection Strengths: Transpersonal, spiritual, and Jungian psychology
Library Hours: M-Th 9am-9pm, F 9am-5pm, Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 12-6pm
Direct Borrower Registration: M-F 9am-5pm
Restrictions on Access: By appointment
Restrictions on Materials: 4 items max. per visit. May be renewed once for 3 weeks. Reserve, journals, audio-visuals do not circulate.


 

SONYA KAUFMAN
Online Research
1120 Keeler Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94708
(510) 848-7520
Email:sonyakaufman@comcast.net

 


 

WRIGHT INSTITUTE
Wright Institute Library
2728 Durant Ave.
Berkeley, CA 94704
510/841-9230
URL: http://www.wi.edu/library

Contact: Jason Stauss
Collection Strengths: Psychoanalytic and clinical psychology
Library Hours: Call for hours
Direct Borrower Registration: Open hours
Restrictions on Access: By appointment
Restrictions on Materials:
3 items max. at a time. No renewals. Assessment instruments, journals, audio and videotapes, reserves do not circulate.
Other restrictions: Restricted access to electronic databases.

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