Use your NYU ID to borrow books from Bobst and Courant Libraries.
|Item Type||Loan Period|
|General Collection||120 days|
|Items with Holds on them||14 days|
|Special loans||Set by Reference or Avery Fisher Center|
You may request items to be delivered to Dibner Library from Bobst or Courant Libraries, and you can return items you borrowed from these libraries at the Dibner Library service desk.
Full time faculty and doctoral students may borrow materials from Columbia University and the New York Public Library as part of the MaRLI collaborative. You must first register for borrowing access. Loan periods are 60 days. See the MaRLI: Manhattan Research Library Initiative guide for complete details.
NYU-Poly is a member of the Academic Libraries of Brooklyn (ALB). With an ALB card and a valid NYU-Poly ID, Polytechnic faculty and students may visit any of the following libraries and borrow up to two items at a time:
The loan period for ALB circulating books is normally 28 days. You can obtain an ALB card, which is valid for one semester, at the Dibner Library service desk.
If the book you need is not currently available through NYU Libraries you can search 50 nearby academic libraies at once and make a request to have the book delivered to Dibner Library.
You may borrow it for 6 weeks (with the option to renew). Unlike, interlibrary loan which can take up to three weeks for a book to arrive, E-ZBorrow takes about 3-5 days.
Books from the general collection may be renewed in one of three ways:
You may renew a book one time, unless the book is overdue or on hold for another user.
Course Reserve materials are not renewable.
You can renew your items from Bobst or Courant Libraries:
Books with the following statuses may not be renewed remotely:
Please refer to the lending library's website for information on loan policies and renewal procedures.