Academics | Seminary Research Library in New York
B. Thomas Golisano Library
There are many services available to NES students through the B.
Thomas Golisano Library including a 24-hour computer lab available
to all students with an ID card, and a café (service hours as
posted). In addition to the information below, you can find other
information at the Golisano Library Web
site, or by calling 585.594.6280.
Services for students
- You may borrow book, sound recording, and audio visual
materials from the circulating collections for 6 months. We are
happy to mail books to your home address if you are not on
- You may use any of the library's print or electronic
bibliographic databases, in the library or from off campus. You may
also request interlibrary loan materials.
- You may apply for a key to the Graduate Research Room which
offers a quiet and spacious study area, 2 PCs and a printer.
- You have unlimited in-library use of print periodicals and
- Please feel free to inquire at the Reference Desk if you need
assistance in finding information or using library research tools
or contact the Theological Librarian, Dr. Barry
- You can apply at the circulation desk for an RRLC card
(Rochester Regional Library Consortia) which expires June 30 of
each academic year. RRLC cards provide stack and check out
privileges at other Rochester area libraries including those which
have large holdings in Bible and theology.
- You can work with the Learning Center to sharpen your writing
skills and hone your citation style.
|28 computers with internet access for public use
2 instructional labs (24 and 18 computers)
7 printers for public use
2 coin-operated copiers
Wireless internet access
Learning center (writing lab and testing rooms)
Study café with outdoor terrace
|Archives and special collections reading
Comfortable individual and group seating
11 group study rooms
2 group study rooms for audio-visual materials
43,000 square feet on 2 floors
132,000 books and bound journals
100+ electronic databases
Leisure reading books
New books display