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Faculty Guide

A quick guide to the Hunter College Libraries for all faculty members.

CLICS - CUNY Libraries Inter-Campus Services

If there is a book you would like to borrow from another CUNY library, you may request that the book transported to the CUNY library of your choice. Please visit this page for more detailed information: 

ILLiad - Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary Loan (ILL) is a national consortium of libraries through which you may access books and article unavailavble in the CUNY system. Watch the brief video below for an introduction to ILL.

Metro Referral and MaRLI - Visit NYC Libraries

New York City has a wealth of libraries!  

You may use the Metro Referral and MaRLI program to access them.

Feel free to contact a Librarian with questions about these programs.

Off-campus Library Access

You can access all of the Libraries electronic resources remotely - on a home computer, a tablet, and/or a smart phone.


Hunter OneSearch combines in one searchable place  the CUNY library catalog, a massive index of articles from journals, magazines, and newspapers, and unique digital content from the library.

You can access OneSearch from the Hunter College Libraries homepage. Select the Books tab to search for books only. To limit your results to  print books, use the filter on the left side of the results page to select  limit to Currently on Shelf.

Electronic Books

The CUNY+ catalog contains print and electronic books.  The catalog record specifies eBooks as "electronic resource" and provides a link to the full-text.

You can also search specific databases that contain eBooks.

My Account

Manage your library loans and renewals - and more - by using


The Hunter College Libraries has access to hundreds of databases.

You can access a list of databases through the Libraries website homepage. The databases list can be viewed by TitleSubject, or Type.



Hunter Libraries has access to over 100,000 journals, both electronic and in print. 

You can search for individual journals by title by clicking the Journals tab on the Libraries' website.