- Library Tutorials
On the library website, you will now see a "How do I...?" link
- Like Water For Chocolate
In conjunction with York College’s Common Reader Program, the Library’s latest book display of circulating titles showcases Laura Esquivel’s books, including the 2016-2017 Common Reader selection Like Water for Chocolate, works in English and Spanish by contemporary Latin American women writers, and books about Mexican history.
- Music History Archive
York College-Black American Heritage Foundation Music History Archive
About the Library
- New Exhibit
Pictures by Rosalie Orlando Hatch were on exhibit in the Library during Spring 2010. Click on the link to learn more about her.
- New York Times Digital Academic Pass
The Library is proud to present to all York College students, faculty and staff an 'Academic Pass' to the digital version of the New York Times. The Academic Pass provides you with full access to NYTimes.com and the NYTimes.com smartphone apps* for a period of 52 weeks from the date you activate it.
- One Entrance/Exit for the Library
Everyone must enter and exit the Library through the 3rd floor G-wing doorway only. Anyone wanting to go to the 3H corridor (e.g., Academic Achievement/Tutoring Center, the 3H classrooms, or the CUNY Peace Officer Academy) should enter directly through the 3rd floor H-wing doorway.
- Portraiture by Mary Hatch
During Fall 2009, the York Library exhibited works by Mary Hatch, featuring portraiture in ink, marker and wax rubbing on paper and wood. Click on the link to read more about it.
- Post your research in Academic Works
CUNY now has an open access institutional repository, CUNY Academic Works, which collects and provides online, public access to the scholarly work produced by York College faculty and the CUNY community.
- Research Methods Online (SAGE)
The library now subscribes to Research Methods Online (SAGE). Please click to get more information.
- Signed by the Author
During Spring 2016, the Library showcased autographed books from both the Library's collection as well as from the collections of York's faculty and staff.