Access to the Libraries' physical collections and materials continues to be limited, as the Covid pandemic lingers. But the good news is that NYU Libraries has a huge collection of online resources and a robust suite of online services to sustain the NYU Community during this time.
Our online collections include:
Our online services include:
There are eight library locations at NYU New York. Bobst (main), Brause (SPS programs), Courant (mathematics), Dibner (engineering & technology), IFA (fine arts), ISAW (ancient world), Lapidus (Health Science), and Law. The extent of access to buildings and physical collections is reduced during Covid. Find out more below.
BOBST LIBRARY (70 Washington Sq. So., New York, NY 10012) is NYU's main library. Access is available during these hours for these purposes:
BRAUSE LIBRARY (11 West 42nd Street, Suite 510 New York, NY 10036) occupies a suite on the 5th floor of the NYU Midtown Center, which is home to many graduate programs within the School of Professional Studies (SPS), including the SPS Schack Institute of Real Estate. For information about hours and extent of access, go here.
COURANT LIBRARY (251 Mercer Street New York, NY 10012) is housed on the 12th floor of Warren Weaver Hall and serves the research and curricular needs of the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences. Its collection is focused on mathematics and computer science, as well as related fields such as fluid mechanics, image processing, and robotics. Access is suspended until further notice. To inquire about obtaining an item from the physical collection, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
DIBNER LIBRARY (5 MetroTech Center Brooklyn, NY 11201-9818) is located on NYU's Brooklyn Campus, home to the Tandon School of Engineering as well as several programs within the Tisch School of the Arts and the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. Access is available during these hours for these purposes:
IFA LIBRARY (1 East 78th Street New York, NY 10075 ) supports the research and curricular needs of the Institute of Fine Arts (IFA) with materials focusing on subjects in art history, archaeology, and conservation. Access is available during these hours for members of the IFA community only.
ISAW LIBRARY (5 East 84th Street, New York, NY 10028) supports the research and curricular needs of the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (ISAW) and other ancient-world-related interdisciplinary programs. The collection covers Greek and Roman material culture and history, Papyrology, Egyptology, Mesopotamian Archaeology and Assyriology, Central Asia and Iran, and Early China. Access is available during these hours for members of the ISAW community only.
Learn about the resources and services available to you online, wherever your location. (To see a transcript with this video, go to the NYU Stream viewer: Quick Tour of NYU Libraries' Website.)
Why use a university library at all? Why not just use Google? Find out how a university library like NYU's fits into the larger universe of the internet, and learn about the full text resources on NYU Libraries' site that are not available via Google. (To view a transcript with this video, see the NYU Stream viewer: The Information Universe.)