If you have any suggestions regarding any aspect of the library and/or if you especially like what we are doing- let us know! You may speak to the library staff directly, place comments in the suggestion box adjacent to Room 103, or use our reference form to submit your suggestion, or question.
WHEN IS THE LIBRARY OPEN?
|8:00 AM - 11:30 PM|
|8:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|11:00 AM - 6:00 PM|
|11:00 AM - 11:30 PM|
Library hours are extended during final exam periods.
Please note: Printing, copier, circulation and reserve services end 15 minutes before the Library closes. The Computing Lab in 14 Moon closes 30 minutes before the library closes and is also closed on the weekends.
Summer and intercession hours:
|8:00AM- 4:00 PM, or as posted|
See our detailed hours page for additional information and/or changes to the above posted hours.
HOW DO I GET ASSISTANCE?
You are encouraged to ask for assistance from the librarians at the Main Desk. Reference hours are: Monday -Thursday 9:00 AM-6:00 PM, and Friday 9:00 AM-4:00 PM. The student assistant at the Main Desk is not trained to answer reference questions.
HOW DO I BORROW LIBRARY MATERIAL?
Material charged on the automated circulation system requires your college ID.
HOW DO I RENEW BOOKS ONLINE?
HOW DO I GET RESERVE MATERIAL?
Books and other items placed on course reserve fare held at the Main desk. Reserve Materials are checked out for one 2 hour loan period per person per day. A valid student ID is required to check out reserve material.
WHY CAN'T I FIND THIS BOOK ON THE SHELF?
Check a number of possibilities:
I NEED MATERIALS THAT ARE NOT AVAILABLE IN MOON HOW CAN I GET THEM?
ESF students have full borrowing privileges at SU libraries, including these science libraries: Science & Technology Library (first floor Carnegie Library, east entrance), Geology Library (300 Heroy Geology Laboratory), Mathematics Library (308 Carnegie Library), and the Physics Library (208 Physics Building). Also available to ESF students are the Law Library in White Hall and the Architecture Reading Room in Slocum Hall.
As a SUNY student you are granted library privileges at any SUNY institution, including the SUNY Health Science Center in Syracuse, upon presentation of your ESF ID.
Through Interlibrary Loan (ILL), ESF faculty, staff and students may borrow research materials which are not available here or at the libraries of Syracuse University. You may request interlibrary loans by using our interloan server, Illiad. Interlibrary loan is coordinated by Jim Williamson (Room 103B, 470-6723).
WHAT MATERIAL IS IN ARCHIVES AND SPECIAL COLLECTIONS?
The Archives include faculty publications and college history. The Special Collection includes rare and unusual material. Requests for access to the Archives for tours, use of archival material, or use of Special Collections material that cannot leave the archives area must be made at least 48 hours in advance through the Director of College Libraries. firstname.lastname@example.org or 470-6715.
MAY I EAT AND DRINK IN MOON LIBRARY?
Yes, but please be careful when eating and drinking in the library. Food and drink may be dangerous to the health of library material and furniture. For more information see our Patron Guidelines.
HOW MAY I SUBMIT SUGGESTIONS TO THE LIBRARY?
If you have any suggestions regarding any aspect of the library and/or if you especially like what we are doing, please let us know! You may speak to the library staff directly, or place comments in the suggestion box adjacent to Room 103. Recommendations for book orders may be given to any library staff member, or sent to email@example.com.