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AFPRL 32100 Caribbean Migration and New York City

Caribbean Migration and New York City

Reserve Information - Students

Reserve Instructions - Students

Accessing E-Reserves

Print Course Reserves

Overdue Reserve Materials

Reserves Desk Hours

Accessing E-Reserves

Electronic Reserve materials can be accessed electronically, on or off campus:

Go directly go to

  1. From the pull-down menus, select Instructor.  Find instructor’s last name on the list below.
  2. Click on instructor's name.
  3. Select your course number.
  4. If a copyright agreement box appears, type your course specific password* with no spaces and caps.
  5. Then click Go.
  6. Select appropriate folder.
  7. Select title of work needed.
  8. When books and other materials are not available electronically, a link on the E-Reserves page will lead users to the Library’s online catalog screen. There they will be able to obtain the Title of the item, and check its status, if it is available in print at the library. Write down the Title, and then request the material at the Circulation/ Reserve Desk located on Floor 3 in the main Campus Library or at the Circulation desks at the branch libraries.

*Please note: You may need a faculty password to gain access to course materials. (If required)


What technology is required for access?

  • A connection to the Internet.
  • A current web browser (IE 7.0 or later).
  • A copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader software installed on your system, with the proper plug-in enabled for your web browser.
  • For remote access, you must have a Hunter netID. If you are unable to access your account contact the ICIT helpdesk at:
    Students: 212-650-3624 or e-mail or go to Hunter North, room 303.
    Faculty/Staff: 212-772-4357 or email

If you are having difficulty with the system, you can contact the following Library staff:


Hunter Main:

Jeanne Yan


Health Professions:

Donna Braithwaite


Social Work:

Isabel Taylor


Zabar Art Library:             Sarah Ward                 212-772-5054





Print Course Reserves

Finding and Borrowing Course Reserve Materials

To borrow Course Reserve or other items from the Circulation/Reserve Desk, users must have a CUNY ID with a current validation sticker or stamp. Users must also know the Title of the item they wish to borrow. Reserve items are check out for 2 hours of in-library only use and may be renewed if the demand for them is not great.

Finding and Borrowing Other Reserve Materials at Cooperman Library

Non course reserve items, or reserve items that are property of the library rather than of an instructor, may be searched through CUNY+ in the Library's online catalog. These include library books, videos and CDs. This material may be searched by title, author or keyword.

Other Resources

The Health Professions Library at the Brookdale Campus has two computers designated for students with disabilities. One computer is located on the mezzanine level of the library, and the second computer is located in the library’s computer lab. The Social Work & Urban Public Health Library has one computer reserved for students with disabilities. Ask for the location of this computer at the Circulation Desk of the Library.

Group and individual study rooms are available by reservation. Visit the A/V Reserve Desk in the Cooperman Library or the Circulation Desk in the Social Work & Urban Public Health Library to make a reservation.  There are no group or individual study rooms at the Health Professions Library or Zabar Art Library.

Overdue Reserve Materials

The fine for overdue reserves materials is $5.00 per hour. Bills for overdue fines may be obtained at the Circulation Desks at each library or the Reserve Desk of the Cooperman Library. Fines can be paid by check at the Circulation Desk at any of the Hunter College libraries or in cash at the College’s Bursar Office. Reserve delinquencies may result in the suspension of borrowing privileges. A library stop will be placed on a student's record with the Registrar once a bill is generated for unreturned reserve materials. The library block will remain in place until the material(s) is returned, the overdue fine is settled or the replacement charges (for lost items) are paid.

Fines for overdue laptops are $40 per hour and and $10 per 15 minute period or any portion of the 15 minute period.

Fines for overdue iPads/tablets are $50 per day.

Reserves Desk Hours

The Circulation/Reserve Desk and A/V Reserve Desk follow the hours of the Cooperman Library. All reserve material must be returned before the Reserve Desk closes.


The tabs at the top of the page will provide you with additional information about using E-Reserves effectively and efficiently.

If you need additional help, you can contact:

Hunter Main: Jeanne Yan, 212-772-4160 or

Health Profession: Donna Braithwaite, 212-481-5117 or

Social Work/Public Health: Isabel Taylor, 212-396-7655 or

Zabar Art Library: Sarah Ward, 212-772-5054 or