The Binghamton University Libraries include three main locations: Glenn G. Bartle Library and the Science Library on main campus and the University Downtown Center Library.
The Libraries offer a wide variety and range of services and support
, including research assistance, instruction, user-friendly interfaces, digital scholarship and preservation, scholarly communications, digital scanners and resource sharing.
The Glenn G. Bartle Library houses collections in the fine arts, humanities, social sciences, and mathematical and computer sciences. The collections include books, journals, newspapers, reference materials and over-sized materials as well as Special Collections and University Archives. It also has several specialized language collections: Arabic, Hebrew and Persian. In addition, Bartle Library is a Federal Depository housing selected Government Documents.
The Science Library houses research materials in the fields of astronomy, biology, chemistry, engineering/technology, environmental sciences, geology, nursing, psychology and physics. The collections include books, journals, newspapers, maps, reference materials and oversized materials.
University Downtown Center, 1st floor
67 Washington St., Binghamton
The University Downtown Center (UDC) Library — Information Commons supports the College of Community and Public Affairs (CCPA) which offers undergraduate, master’s and doctoral degree programs for students interested in careers related to social justice, social work, education, public administration, government and human development. The Library — Information Commons maintains a collection of books, reference materials and regional government documents to support these areas.