Hunter has four distinct libraries with different collections. Read on to learn more about each one, and click the links to visit each library's website.
The Leon and Toby Cooperman Library at Hunter College
East 68 Street and Lexington Ave • 212-772-4187
The Cooperman Library entrance is located on Floor 3 of the Hunter East Building. The floors are dedicated to specific subjects or functions. The Cooperman Library has individual and group study rooms, dedicated facilities for students with disabilities, and networked computer classrooms and labs for word processing and Internet access.
425 East 25 Street • 212-481-5117
The Health Professions Library (HPL) is located on the second floor of the Brookdale campus. HPL supports the undergraduate, graduate and PhD programs in the following disciplines: nursing, public health, environmental and occupational health, nutrition and food sciences, medical lab sciences, physical therapy, and communication sciences. In the library you’ll have access to over 26,000 books, 25,000 e-journals, 200 print journals, a computer lab with 30 computers, printers, photocopiers, wireless, laptops, wireless cards, and USB adapters.
Contact: John Carey - firstname.lastname@example.org
2180 Third Avenue (corner of E119 St and 3rd Ave) • 212-452-7076
The Schools of Social Work and Public Health Library is a repository for specialist literature in the fields of social work and public health. The Library provides a community space/group study space for the students of the Schools. The Library offers classes about how to use library resources. Resources at the library include: study rooms; photocopiers; and wireless Internet access.
Contact: Meg Bausman, Interim Head Librarian - email@example.com
Zabar Art Library
Hunter North Building, Room 1608 • 212-772-5054
The Judith and Stanley Zabar Art Library offers a comfortable reading and study space with wireless Internet access and laptops for use within the library. The Library offers Reference services, digital imaging services, color printing, and a non-circulating selection of reference materials, books, art history theses, and current journals. Individual sessions and group workshops on image and text-based database use and presentation software are also offered.
Contact: Steve Kowalik, Art Librarian - firstname.lastname@example.org
Hunter College is home to four libraries, each with a distinct collection. As if that wasn't enough, Hunter also belongs to the City University (CUNY) system which provides all CUNY students with access to over 20 libraries in all five boroughs. So no matter where you live, chances are you have a CUNY close by. There will be more detail about each of the Hunter Libraries in this guide, but here is a map of all the CUNY libraries. The map includes location information, subway directions, and links to websites for each institution.