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Search for books in the Middletown and Newburgh campus libraries. Where you see "Available" under Due Date means the book is on the library shelf.



Go to Catalog of Library Titles (COLT)

Search for electronic books from Ebsco. Access 130,000 titles on line any time of day.



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If you need help you can ask a librarian at the desk, chat or text to 845-262-2542.

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Type the words you want to find in your articles. Find all articles about penguins.

Get fewer and more specific articles by typing keywords with AND For example find articles about how climate change affects penguins penguins AND "climate change".

Don't search by asking a question! Just enter the keywords, put topics with two or more words in quotes to find that exact phrase.


Library Hours

Newburgh library opens weekdays at 9am.

Middletown library opens weekdays at 8am. Saturday hours in Middletown start on September 6th.

For specific hours please visit the Library hours page.

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Library Policies

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What's new at the library?

NCLEX Exam preparation

Through the library's subscription to Board Vitals nursing students can take NCLEX preparation exams on line 24/7. Sign up at the Board Vitals web site for your account with your sunyorange.edu email. Ask a librarian if you need help.

New York Times 1851 to 2010

You can read every edition of the New York Times since its start to 2010 through the library's subscription to New York Times Historical. Search for topics and when you click the link you will see a PDF view of the actual article. Zoom out to see the full page and browse.

Library Scoop Newsletter Spring 2014

In this edition: Myths of Google research, benefits of using the library, how to use the library during closures.: PDF|Text.

Have an iPad?

You can access some of the most useful library databases through your iPad. Ask a librarian for installation information or search for the Apps in the Appstore for these databases:

  • Ebsco databases
  • Gale Virtual Reference Library
  • Literature Resource Center
  • Science Direct