This is the main library collection and spans most of the north side of S-410. Materials in this collection may be borrowed by students for four weeks at a time.
The Library makes every effort to have copies of textbooks for all currently-taught course on reserve for students to borrow. Books on reserve may be borrowed for two hours at a time and must stay in the Library.
The Library keeps older editions of current textbooks in a special textbook collection. These books may be borrowed for four weeks at a time and are lent on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Looking for something to read for your own enjoyment? The Library has a collection of popular novels, shelved by author, near the Circulation Desk.
Children’s Literature Review Center
This collection is organized by grade level and is designed to support the College’s Teacher Education program.
For questions about this collection, please contact jean amaral.
Comics and Graphic Novels
One recent addition to the library is its Comics and Graphic Novel collection. This collection contains an assortment of titles and genres ranging from classic American Superhero comics to Japanese manga and independent graphic novels.
For questions about this collection, please contact Rebecca Hyams.
Periodicals (Magazines and Journals)
The Library has a collection of print journals and magazines.
DVDs and BluRays
The Library collects and lends DVDs and BluRays. They are available for loan at the Media Desk.
Media and Equipment
Laptops and tablets, as well as battery chargers and graphing calculators can be borrowed from the Media Desk. For more information about equipment, please see our Media page.
The Library has a large collection of databases to support the research and academic needs of the college. For a full listing, please visit our A-Z Database listing.
We provide access to several collections of ebooks that can be browsed from our ebook collection page.
The Library subscribes to several platforms that provide streaming video. To view these collections, please visit our video database page.
As part of CUNY’s effort to support Open Access publishing and Open Education Resources, some college materials are available on CUNY Academic Works, the University-wide Institutional Repository system. To view the collections, please visit Academic Works.