Memorial Library’s Lobby will be closed from 12/16/23 – 1/19/24 due to the abatement of the flooring.
- The entrance leading into the Ink/Bookmark café will be open during business hours to access the Library and Advisement and Transition areas. A phone number will be posted on the Bookmark entrance for users who need assistance with the doors.
- Public Access to the second floor and above will be via the stairwells near Advisement and the Testing Center. Users can use the ‘request item’ option for any item in the Main collection and pick up at Circulation on the first floor.
- The Circulation Desk will be available in the Testing Center area to allow items to be checked in/out or to pick up hold requests and ILL loans.
- The Teaching Materials Center will be unavailable for the duration of this project. Please see the Teaching Materials Center guide for alternatives.
Information on available library services is available via our Library Resources guide, including information on Memorial Library’s Testing Center.
WINTER HOURS (12/16/23 – 1/21/24)
Monday – Friday – Open 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Saturday – Closed
Sunday – Closed
* Saturday Dec. 23 – Monday January 1 2024 – CLOSED
* Monday January 15, 2024 (MLK Day) – CLOSED
(Hours are subject to change)
Memorial Library’s Lobby entrance will be closed from 12/19/23-1/19/24 due to the abatement of the flooring. The entrance leading into the Ink/Bookmark café will be open during business hours to access the Library and Advisement and Transition areas.
❄️✂️CRAFT & CHILL🖍❄️
In the lobby of the Memorial Library Finals Week!
You’re studying hard for degrees, soon the snow will be up to our knees, so put that mind at ease, a little break with some of these —
• Coloring Pages with crayons 🖍
• Craft paper stars and cut snowflake patterns ✂️
• Copy QR codes for 3D paper snowflakes ❄️
and origami designs
• Chill in the comfort of the library 📚
Out of the cold Winter breeze, Come join the fun, won’t you,please?
This past spring, SUNY Cortland seniors Alexis Mastrelli and Morgan Salanger were among the students in a biochemistry class who were tasked with creating posters to explain the structure and function of metabolic enzymes.
Those posters are now on display both in the lobby of Memorial Library and online through the Digital Commons repository
Read more here