STUDENT ARTWORK on display @ the Library Part 3

Student artwork on walls

On the second floor artwork is on display that has been curated from the Student Select Show each year. The Final Show in Dowd Gallery every spring is Student Select. This is a juried show (off-campus juror) where all students taking studio courses during the academic year are encouraged to submit. A selection of work is chosen by the Juror to be exhibited in the Gallery and then select works from the exhibition are relocated to the library to be on display for the next academic year. The artwork in this area is changed annually.


Looking for DISABILITY RESOURCES? … it’s in the Library!

Looking for … DISABILITY RESOURCES … it’s in the Library!

Located in the Library’s Teaching Materials Center on the First Floor of the Memorial Library. Come in the main Library entrance, turn left, walk through the lobby and into the Teaching Materials Center. The Disability Resources Office is on your right. The Disability Resources Office leads SUNY Cortland’s commitment to create a diverse, accessible, and socially just community that welcomes all students, whether or not they identify as disabled.

Disability Resources’ transformational leadership includes:
– Ensuring the lived experiences, goals, and aspirations of students are central to our work.
– Collaborating to eliminate barriers so all have equal access.
– Promoting disability as an aspect of diversity.
– Challenging ableism and advocating for disability justice.
– Backing students as they develop their disability identity and advocate for access, inclusion, and visibility.
– Recognizing that students’ disability identity is interconnected with their other identities.

Find the Disability Resources Office online


STUDENT ARTWORK on display @ the Library Part 2

Student work on display from the Art and Art Histories Raquette Lake course

On the north side of the First Floor hallway is student work on display from the Art and Art Histories Raquette Lake course. This is a one-credit course required for ART Majors and is led by a faculty member each fall. This year’s Faculty Leader was Jenn McNamara. The artwork on display is created after the trip and is inspired by the students’ experiences while on-site during the course.


Memorial Library Testing Center

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Location: 1st floor of the Library, A-side
Hours: Spring 2024 Testing Center Hours (Jan 29 – May 9 ) Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm Spring Break (Mar 9 – Mar 16) – closed

How to register for a test: Please check the Pearson site for full information,

The Testing Center at Memorial Library is not restricted to SUNY Cortland students. We accommodate any candidate who has registered for an exam sponsor/vendor we offer. Pearson VUE hosts hundreds of exam sponsors/vendors; SUNY Cortland Memorial Library works with a select few (catered to the needs of the campus community). Our Testing Center can accommodate up to ten candidates at once. All test administrators are certified annually. Lockers are available for people to use to store their personal items while they are taking their test.

For more information –


STUDENT ARTWORK on display @ the Library

Student artwork from the Dingle Ireland Study abroad displayed in the library

On the south side of the Library’s First Floor hallway is student work from the Dingle Ireland Study abroad program offered through SUNY Cortland. Stephen Clark from the Art and Art History Department is the instructor for this En Plein Air painting course where they practice painting techniques outdoors inspired by the Landscapes surrounding Dingle.


Research Help

For quick questions, you can visit the Library tab of myRedDragon to chat 24/7 with a librarian, or click the Ask a Librarian dragon button (shown) in many of our databases.

Did you know that Research Help is available in the main lobby of the library? Tackle your research with a librarian, who can help you find, access, or cite sources for your paper. Librarians can also help you evaluate whether the sources you have found would be suitable for your paper.

For quick questions, you can visit the Library tab of myRedDragon to chat 24/7 with a librarian, or click the Ask a Librarian dragon button in many of our databases.

You can also Make a Research Help Appointment with a librarian that specializes in your area of study if you need specialized or more extensive help.

For more information:


Faculty/Staff Equipment Loans

Image of various equipment available to loan - laptop, video camera and microphoneFaculty & Staff: A variety of equipment can be loaned out from The Help Center in Memorial Library, including laptops, projectors, PA systems, webcams, and microphones. Equipment can be requested by faculty members or by staff members from the library by completing a Faculty/Staff Equipment Loan form, which can be found in the Tech Help tab in MyRedDragon or by clicking on this link.


WEPA Account

Person using a WEPA print stationWEPA is the printing service that is used by SUNY Cortland students. WEPA accounts are automatically generated for new students, and students who upload documents to the WEPA cloud can then print those documents from any WEPA kiosk on the campus. Funds can be added to WEPA accounts electronically by navigating to the WEPA website, while print cards for the WEPA kiosks can be purchased from the library.

More information about how to use WEPA kiosks can be found by reading the article that can be accessed by clicking on this link.


The Archives

Image of the SUNY Cortland Archives

Wondering about SUNY Cortland’s history? The Archives in Memorial Library is open by appointment! It is home to collections of photographs, the campus yearbook Didascaleion (also called the ‘Did’), and many more books and manuscripts that tell SUNY Cortland’s story.

The Archives is located on the 3rd Floor B-side of the Memorial Library.

Be sure to check out the Libguide here to learn more:

Appointments can be requested Monday through Friday from 8am to 3pm. To schedule an appointment or ask questions email:


Reserve a Group Study Room

Reserve a Group Study Room

To reserve one of the Library’s Group Study Rooms and review the terms and conditions visit

The Memorial Library has 3 study rooms that can hold 2 people and 6 study rooms that can hold larger groups of 4+. You need to make a reservation to sign out a key. Make your reservations early to ensure you get the room you want when you need it.

Note: The Library’s group study rooms are only available for check out to current students.