The mailing and street address is:
SUNY Adirondack Library
640 Bay Road
Queensbury NY 12804
SUNY Adirondack librarians suggest new, entertaining and informative books on the page below. These books may be borrowed from the SUNY Adirondack Library.
Food and Drinks: It is acceptable to bring covered beverages and food into the library. It is not acceptable to spill them. Please use common sense: clean up after eating, and do not bring in foods that have odors that would disturb other library users. No food or drink is allowed near the computers, according to the campus computer user policy.
Quiet Study Space: The upper floor of the library is designated as a quiet study area. Any talking should kept a minimum and no louder than a whisper. On the library's main floor, your conversations should not be overheard by others.
Reserve Materials: Instructors may put additional course material on reserve at the Circulation Desk. Reserve items must be used in the library. A student ID or photo ID is needed to use the material. (Instructors: click the "For Faculty" tab above for information on putting items on reserves.)
Photocopier: One is located in the Copier Room near the Reference area. Copies are 10¢ per page. Ask a staff member for help if needed. You may scan a document to a USB drive at no cost; directions are near the copier.
Hill Collection Room: This is a collection of 1,400 books and other items about this region, dating from the mid-18th century to the present, donated by the William Hart Hill family. Materials must be used in the library. See the Hill Collection link.
Group Study Rooms: Student groups may reserve one of these three rooms for two hours by signing up at the Circulation Desk (743-2260).
Fax: There is no public fax service at the library. Students may visit the college Bookstore, in the Student Center (cost is ~ $1/page).
Proctoring: This service is being offered by the college's Advisement & Testing Center. There is a $25 fee for students who are not affiliated with SUNY Adirondack. Call (518) 832-7708 for information and details.
More than 30 computers near the Reference Desk have full access to the Web for research. No food or drink is allowed near the computers.