The Glenn G. Bartle Library houses collections in the fine arts, humanities, social sciences, mathematical and computer sciences, government documents, microfilm, and specialized languages. Special Collections and University Archives are located in Bartle Library on the second floor. At the Reader Services Desk, services include checking out materials, course reserves, technology lending, large format printing and general library assistance. Our virtual Ask a Librarian services provides help with finding and accessing library materials for courses and research.
The Science Library houses collections in the sciences, including books, journals, newspapers, maps, and reference. At the Science Library Reader Services Desk, services include checking out materials, technology lending, large format printing and general library assistance. More Science Library Information
University Downtown Center Library
The University Downtown Center (UDC) Library supports the College of Community and Public Affairs programs. The library maintains a collection of books, reference materials, and regional government documents. At the UDC Library Reader Services Desk, services include checking out materials, course reserves, and research and general library assistance. More UDC Library Information
Binghamton University's Information Commons facilities (located in the Bartle, Science, and UDC Libraries) are active, technology-enhanced research environments that provide collaborative and individual study spaces. The Commons invite the campus to use the wide range of resources available in the library, and to get expert research assistance from librarians and technical help IT student consultants.
The Libraries’ Annex (located in Conklin, N.Y.) stores important, lesser-used materials in the Libraries' collections. The collection includes print journals, books, records, archives and other materials. Materials can be requested for delivery at any library location or scanned for electronic delivery. More Annex Information