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In support of the University’s mission and vision, the SUNY Old Westbury Library contributes to and supports scholarship, curriculum, and learners by providing access to information resources to promote research, academic success, and lifelong learning.  Information resources are broadly defined to include popular, scholarly, discursive, creative, auditory, visual, tactile, etc., material delivered by a variety of media.

Library Website

The SUNY Old Westbury Library website is the gateway to services, resources, texts, databases and more.

Location & Contact Information

SUNY Old Westbury Library
K-Wing, Campus Center

 Phone: 516-876-3150

Library Liaisons

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About the Library

The SUNY Old Westbury Library supports the college’s mission by providing resources and services to meet the academic and technology needs of its students and faculty.

Housed in the Campus Center, the attractive, three-story facility has incorporated both technology and academic support services in its transformation to the campus' learning commons. In addition to traditional library services, including reference, circulation, and interlibrary loan, the Library is the location of:

Equipped with high-speed wired and wireless networks, this technology-rich space houses general purpose and specialty labs and a range of software applications. Under one roof, students are able to retrieve information, write papers, and create presentations in a collaborative environment.

Serving as a gateway to the world of resources beyond the library’s walls, the library web site provides access to a wide variety of electronic sources, including encyclopedias, dictionaries, periodical indexes, and full text databases of magazine, newspaper, and journal articles.