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: https://cortland.libguides.com/archives

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


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 https://cortland.libcal.com/reserve/groupstudyrooms

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.


ILL for Online Graduate Students

Mailing ILL books

If you are an Online Masters Student then you can request to have books sent to you, but be aware that this will probably add one to two weeks to the time it takes to get your materials. You may not be able to renew the books, depending on who provides them.
Before doing so, please be sure you have exhausted all possible alternatives (see the options listed in Library Resources outside of Memorial Library and have consulted with your Advisor as well as meet with your Library Liaison to review options. Following the sequence provided above will ensure that getting the material needed will be a smooth and quick process.

If you have completed the above steps, you can proceed to fill out the form to set up the request process. Do not submit requests until you hear back from the Interlibrary Loan Department that the setup is complete.

WEPA Printing : What You Should Know.

Image advertising the Library’s Helpful Tips post about WEPA printing.

WEPA stations are available on the first and second floors of the library (and elsewhere on campus). Check out the WEPA – Printing on Campus page for all the details about how to set up your WEPA account, how to print, what it costs, how to pay, and where on campus wēpa printers are located.



Antiracist Books for Teachers (and Everyone Else) Display

Antiracist display in the library.

In celebration of Black History Month, there will be two book displays in Memorial Library for everyone to check out.

One display focuses on books dedicated to learning about race and racial justice.

A second display focuses on children’s picture books for and representing Black American and Black-Diasporic lives, histories, and experiences. This display will be located in the Teaching Materials Center.

The book displays will appear throughout the month of February. Ask a librarian if you are interested in using one of these books!

Library Makerspace

Library Makerspace Spring Hours Monday-Thursday 12-3 PM

The Library’s Makerspace is newly renovated and open for business! We offer 3D printing, virtual reality headsets, paper/vinyl cutting, sewing, knitting/crochet, and a variety of low-tech craft supplies. Check out our Makerspace LibGuide for complete offerings. Find us on the second floor of the library between the IRA computer lab and the CAP lab. We are open Monday-Thursday from 12-3 PM. Aren’t available during those hours? Email Makerspace@cortland.edu to make an appointment.


NYT, WSJ and Chronicle of Higher Education Digital Subscriptions

 NYT, WSJ and Chronicle of Higher Education Digital Subscriptions

The Library is pleased to provide SUNY Cortland students, faculty, and staff with access to the Chronicle of Higher Education, as well as Digital Editions of the New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.

You may access your own free subscription on your desktop or mobile device. Instructions to subscribe can be found:

New York Times https://cortland.libguides.com/c.php?g=925981&p=6673621

Wall Street Journal https://cortland.libguides.com/c.php?g=925981&p=6673623

The Chronicle of Higher Education https://sunycortland.idm.oclc.org/login?url=https://www.chronicle.com/

If you already have a campus subscription, you may have to renew – see same pages above to learn what to do.