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A Mobile Guide to the Berkeley College New York City campus Libraries
Last Updated: May 7, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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We Support Your Study and Research Needs

At the Berkeley College NYC Campus, we provide access to a Library at each building:

  • At 43rd street, our 7th Floor Library holds the majority of our print, periodical, and DVD collections.
  • At 41st street, our 12th Floor eLibrary provides additional desktop computers, group study rooms (2-hour use) and a quiet study area.

Librarians are available at each location to help you with your research!  You will also be able to check out materials, including laptops, at each Library.  Our laptops can be borrowed for four hours and used anywhere within the building.


Your Berkeley ID card becomes your library card when you register with us at the Circulation Desk.  Every Berkeley College student is entitled to use our campus Libraries, whatever your home campus. 

Our library spaces support a mix of individual work, reference support from librarians, and group work.  A dedicated, closed quiet study space is available at the 41st street location.

At the 41st street eLibrary, groups of 2 or more can use one of our six study rooms.  Time limit is two hours per room.  Stop by our circulation desk (straight ahead as you get off the elevator) or reference desk to request one of these spaces for your group.

Use the library’s online catalog to find books, videos, DVDs. Request items from other libraries in the Berkeley system, New York Public Libraries or the WorldCat network of libraries. We’ll get it for you.

The library collection is continuously updated with books, DVDs, magazines, journals and electronic content that support and supplement your education at Berkeley.


One-on-One Research Assistance - Justice & Legal Studies Students!

If you're a student enrolled in a JUS or LAW course and having difficulty with researching a paper assignment, sign up for one-on-one research with a librarian.

Just email or call 212-986-4343 ext. 4232 or 4234 to sign up.



Spring 2017 Semester -- Library Hours


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