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10 Things You Should Know About NYIT Manhattan Library: :

1855 Broadway, New York, NY, 10023 – EGGC – Floors 1, 2 & 3. Telephone: 212.261.1526

NYIT Manhattan Library

1) Library Hours

The library is open during the Fall and Spring semesters:

  MAR 11
MAR 12
MAR 13
MAR 14
MAR 15
MAR 16
MAR 17
Manhattan Library 9am – 8pm: 2nd fl.;
7am – 11pm: 3rd fl. (not staffed)
9am – 8pm: 2nd fl.;
7am – 11pm: 3rd fl. (not staffed)
9am – 8pm: 2nd fl.;
7am – 11pm: 3rd fl. (not staffed)
9am – 8pm: 2nd fl.;
7am – 11pm: 3rd fl. (not staffed)
9am – 5pm: 2nd fl.;
7am – 11pm: 3rd fl. (not staffed)
8am – 5pm: 3rd fl. (not staffed) 8am – 5pm: 3rd fl. (not staffed)

Check the library website for information on extended hours before final exams, summer hours, and special holiday schedules. 

2) Library Website

  • Access our electronic resources
  • Search through our catalogs and see what items the library has
  • Learn more about our resources abd services

You can do all that and more on our website:

3) Databases

NYIT students and faculty have access to 230 library databases. If you are looking for credible and trustworthy sources for your research, use the library databases.

For off-campus access, login using your mynyit login. 

4) Textbook Reserves

The library keeps reserve copies of many of the textbooks used in specific classes. Students can request these reserve books at the circulation desk and they can be checked out for 3 hours at a time. The library will also consider purchasing textbooks to add to our collection, so if we currently do not have a book, request it:

5) Printing & Photocopying

Students receive a generous allotment of print credit each year, which can be used for printing or copying

  • Full-time students receive $110 for the academic year
  • Part-time students receive $60 for the academic year

Click here on more information on Student Printing 

6) Computers & Wifi


The Manhattan Library has 42 desktop PCs for student use. In addition, the entire library is covered by a wireless network.

7) Innovation Labs

At the NYIT Innovation Labs (iLabs), students from all disciplines can explore technologies and services that foster experimentation and collaboration. Areas of focus include 3-D printing, scanning, and design; virtual and augmented reality; electronics and programming; and multimedia production. 

For more information about the iLabs and to see the iLabs tech workshops schedule, go to:

8) Lending Tech

The Manhattan Library has a wide array of tech items (chargers, laptops, camcorders, Raspberry Pi kits, and much more) available for checkout.

9) Group Study Rooms

The library has two group study rooms, equipped with Mediscape workstations, available for patron use. Our group study rooms have white boards and the library lends markers and erasers. Group study rooms can be reserved on the library website by going to services and clicking Reserve a Manhattan Library Study Room.

10) Speak with a Librarian

Need help with research? Have questions about the NYIT Manhattan Library? Speak to a

librarian. Ask any library staff member to direct you to a librarian, contact us via phone

at 212.261.1526 or use our ask-a-librarian email and chat service

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