Monday – Thursday: 8:00 a.m – 8:30 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Sunday Auburn: 12:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Sunday Fulton: 9:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Hours vary during summer, holidays, and Intersession.
The Cayuga Community College Library includes the Norman F. Bourke Memorial Library at the Auburn campus and the Learning Commons at the Fulton campus, as well as the Faculty Resource Center. While the Library primarily supports the campus community, borrowing privileges are granted to Cayuga students, faculty and staff, Cayuga alumni, residents of Cayuga and Oswego counties, and faculty and students from other SUNY colleges. Patrons may apply for library cards at the circulation desk at either campus. Privileges vary according to patron category.
Instruction: The Library teaches the campus community to locate, evaluate, and apply information for academic and personal use through credit courses, workshops, course-related sessions, and individual assistance. Library instruction classes can be tailored to specific subjects and assignments, and can be arranged by contacting an Instruction Librarian.
Auburn ext. 2291
Fulton ext. 3073
Reserves: Instructors may place personal or library resources on reserve to supplement course materials. While some reserve materials do not circulate and are used “in-house” only for a short time period, other items may circulate for longer periods with the permission of the faculty member.
Inter-Library Loan: Materials may also be borrowed from either campus using Inter-Campus Borrowing (ICB), or from other institutions using Inter-Library Loan. Faculty are encourage to make recommendations for books and materials to be added to the Library’s collections.
Resources: Facilities include individual and group study areas, computer workstations, and wireless Internet access. Special equipment and assistance is available for users with disabilities. Cayuga’s collections and those of other libraries in the SUNY system are accessible through the online library catalog. Collections include books videos, DVDs, CDs, journals, magazines, and newspapers, along with special collections, such as career, juvenile, law, and local history resources. Access to a variety of research databases is available through the library website. For more information and to view library collections and resources access the Library web page.