Answered By: Joyce A. Miller
Last Updated: Sep 15, 2021     Views: 394

Please note that the library and IT staff share some common space in the Scoville Learning Center, but help students with different services. To save time, please direct any questions to the appropriate area.

  • The library staff and faculty assists students with research needs:
  • The IT staff assists students with computers and printing needs:


Please note that this information may be updated at any time.

Masks  Indoor mask wearing is required in public areas, such as the Library. 

Hours: Library hours are posted on the library's home page and linked below. It is open to SUNY Adirondack and SUNY Plattsburgh Branch Campus students, faculty and staff. Community members can visit the library for the fall semester. Community members must sign in at the IT Help Desk on the main floor.  

Computers are available in the IT computer lab on the main floor of the Scoville Learning Center, and in the Library Reference area upstairs. These areas will be available to students and community members on a first come, first served basis, for studying and computer use. 

Study areas: Students can study on Scoville's main floor the IT computer lab area or top floor of Scoville. Please use a headset if participating in a class. The upstairs level of the library (study spaces and book stacks area) is a quiet study space.

Group study room users must speak quietly because the rooms are not soundproof.

Printing for students: 

  • The IT computer lab offers printing on the main floor of the Scoville Learning Center.
  • Students may also print upstairs in the Library Reference area.
  • To save on campus resources, the IT staff asks that students are very judicious in their decisions to print, to only those things that absolutely need to be printed. 
  • Questions about printing can be sent to the IT Help Desk:

Librarians will be available to answer questions remotely or in person on the upper level. See the Ask a Librarian page, linked below. or email

Course reserve materials are available at the library's circulation desk on the main floor. Reserve textbooks are usually purchased only if the faculty member requests it, or there is high demand. 

Borrowing print books: SUNY Adirondack students, faculty, staff and community members may borrow print circulating books from the stacks on the upper level. See link with directions below. 

  • Borrowed books can be returned to the drop box slot on the south (parking lot) side of the Scoville Learning Center, or at the Library's circulation desk.

Print magazines and newspapers may be read on the upper level.

See this college page for more about the college's COVID-19 restrictions. 

Contact a Librarian


  • For immediate help, use the Chat box link mentioned above, which offers screensharing through Zoom.
  • For a longer Zoom research appointment with a librarian, email us with details and some possible days and times, and we'll contact you to set it up.  


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