Fall 2021 UPDATE: This service advisory no longer applies. Please refer to the Newman Library web site for current status of user services.
The Newman Library is providing its services remotely during the summer 2021 semester. This advisory will be updated to contain the most current information about Library services in case circumstances change during the semester.
Please note that overdue fines are not being charged for books and equipment on loan. Please feel free to hold onto the books, calculator, or laptop that you borrowed. If you need to return an item please read the options provided in a separate news post.
- Library Hours – The Library space is closed. Baruch students are able to schedule time in one of the designated quiet study areas on campus. The details are on a separate news page. Please note that the quiet study spaces space are not in the library or managed by the library.
- Reference Service – Use the “Ask a Librarian” app on the Library’s home page to chat live, email a question, or schedule a research consultation.
- Book Loans – From off campus use our extensive digital collections. Our circulating collection is unavailable due to a stack renovation project. For details, please see the separate news post.
- Inquire about Borrowed Items – Contact the Circulation staff via email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Technology Loans – Requests may be sent to email@example.com. Loaned equipment will be available for pick up from the library by appointment only.
- Calculator Loans: To request the loan of a calculator, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that Texas Instruments has discontinued its free emulator trial, but still offers a free Chromebook extension through July 2021, Students may want to consider downloading an app through iTunes or the Play Store.
- Access to Internet and WiFi: Baruch students who need Internet access may reserve a seat in one of the designated quiet study areas on campus.
- Printers: While the Library is closed to users the printers are not available. With classes now online, students are submitting their course assignments in a digital format through Blackboard or another method specified by the instructor that does not require a hard copy.