Library Open Hours: For spring semester, the library is open Monday, 7am - 5pm, Tuesday and Wednesday, 7am - 8pm, Thursday and Friday, 7am - 5pm. Closed weekends. Remote services available 24/7
You may call 518-255-5841 or email Library@cobleskill.edu for more info.
Faculty and staff, please note: During times library is closed to the public, a limited staff may be present. If you need access, please call or email and we will make arrangements to let you in.
For information about spring schedules for other offices located in Van Wagenen Hall (e.g. CASE, Career Development), contact those offices directly.
Common Areas: only the common areas on the first floor will be open and they will have reduced seating. Library capacity has been capped at 50 patrons. This accounts for all socially-distanced computer workstations and tables. Hand sanitizer stations and other equipment will be used to support clean and safe spaces. The top floor will be accessible only to library faculty and staff.
Printing: Printing is available in the library. All you need to do is sign up for a workstation at the circulation desk when you enter the library. If you want to print from a laptop, you will need to sign in for a table.
Hygiene: Patrons using a workstation or table will be responsible for wiping down the computer keyboard and mouse or table before and after use. Wipes will be available at the front desk when you check in to the library. Masks must be worn at all times while using the library.
Our online resources and services are available. If you need to talk with a librarian or require research assistance, please see our chat service page. If you have any questions, call 518-255-5841 Mon.-Fri. between 8am and 4pm. If no one is available to take your call, please try again later or leave a message.
To arrange a research consultation chat with a SUNY Cobleskill librarian, email LibraryResearch@cobleskill.edu and a librarian will respond to schedule an appointment.
If you’re off campus and need a renewal, you can call the library at 518-255-5841 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We no longer have overdue fines, but we do charge for lost items, so contact us if you’re delayed in returning items so we don’t bill you.
Here are some options you can consider for getting items back to us:
Who Should I Contact with Questions about...
Interlibrary Loan: Katherine Brent
Open Educational Resources for Use in Online Courses: Peter Barvoets
Access to Video Resources for Online Courses: April Davies
Library Instruction: your department's library liaison
Placing Materials on Reserve: Cat Wise