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All CCNY Libraries are open to fully vaccinated patrons. Reservations are no longer required.

Most library resources and services will still be available online.

See updated information on remote and in-person services for Fall 2021 or find answers to frequently asked questions.

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Services

Print

CCNY students can print at the CCNY Libraries, using their Tech Fee-funded print credits. Current students are allotted 1,000 print credits (previously referred to as ‘printing pages’) each in the Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer periods. More information on print credits is available here https://www.ccny.cuny.edu/it/printing

All CCNY Libraries are open to fully vaccinated patrons. Everyone must wear a mask and adhere to 6 feet of social distance.

The Tech Center on the 1st floor of the NAC does not require reservations, if you wish to go there for printing. The Tech Center does require proof of vaccination for entry.

CCNY Libraries has printers available in the following locations:

  • Cohen Library: 1st & 2nd floor
    • Printing on the 1st & 2nd floors is free for CCNY students. Printing is managed by CCNY IT. For information on printing see their website here.
    • For guest printing, please ask at the Reference Desk.
  • Architecture Library
  • Music Library
  • Science & Engineering Library
  • Center for Worker Education Library

Copy

CCNY Libraries has copiers available in the following locations:

  • Cohen Library: 2nd floor
  • Architecture Library
  • Music Library
  • Science & Engineering Library
  • Center for Worker Education Library
  • Dominican Studies Institute

Copiers accept payment via coins or dollar bills.

Copies are $.15 with cash.

Scan

CCNY Libraries has scanners available in the following locations:

  • Cohen Library, 2nd floor
  • Architecture Library
  • Music Library
  • Science & Engineering Library
  • Center for Worker Education Library
  • Dominican Studies Institute

Scanning is free; documents can be transferred to a USB drive or uploaded to email or any cloud-based storage service.

There are many different scanning apps available for smartphones and tablets if you prefer to use your own device for scanning.