The SUNY Adirondack Library is closed until further notice due to COVID-19 safety measures. Please see the "COVID-19 Closure FAQs" box on the library's home page for details. Search our FAQs or contact a librarian through this page:
Please note that some of the library's services listed below (book lending, study space) are not available during the pandemic closure.
More than 30 computers are available for research and writing in the quiet study area on the top floor. A reference librarian is available nearby for research assistance.
Library computers offer access to the web, Word and PowerPoint.
For additional software and technical questions, students should use the open computer lab on the main floor of the Scoville Learning Center.
Users of campus computers must abide by the college's Computer Use Policy (p. 20+ of SUNY Adirondack Student Handbook, linked below).
Food and Drinks:
Quiet Study Space: The upper floor of the library is designated as a quiet study area.
Group Study Rooms:
Photocopier: One is located in the Copier Room on the main floor. Copies are 10¢ per page. Ask a staff member for help if needed.
Hill Collection Room: This is a collection of 1,600 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 website.
Fax: There is no public fax service at the library. Students may visit the college's FSA office next to the Bookstore, in the Student Center (cost is ~ $1/page).
The library's resources include:
SUNY Adirondack librarians suggest new, entertaining and informative books on the page below. These books may be borrowed from the SUNY Adirondack Library.