Mental Health Counseling

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The Library, Floor-by-Floor

6th floor
5th floor
  • Group study rooms
  • General study areas
  • Archives, by appointment
  • Bathrooms - east side (3rd Ave side)
  • Books with call numbers between P and Z
4th floor
  • Group study rooms
  • Graduate students individual quiet study carrels, room 444 (keys at Circulation Desk)
  • General study areas
  • Bathrooms - east side (3rd Ave side)
  • Books with call numbers between F and N
  • Oversize books (west wall)
3rd floor
  • Laptop Loan Desk (relocated to 2nd floor Circulation Desk during the summer)
  • Group study rooms
  • General study areas
  • Library classroom 320a
  • Student Practice Room, Rm. 309
  • Bathrooms - east side (3rd Ave side)
  • Periodicals/Journals in print
  • Books with call numbers between A and E

2nd floor

Library entrance

  • Circulation/Reserve Desk
  • Reference Desk
  • Printers and Scanners
  • Workstations (including 12 Graduate student-only workstations)
  • General study areas
  • Bathrooms - east side (3rd Ave side)
  • Books in the Reference Collection & at the Reserve Desk
1st floor
Lobby

After entering the building, use the stairs on the right to enter the library on the 2nd floor.  (If needed, use the elevator on the left and before the security turnstiles.) Bring your Baruch ID to swipe through the security turnstiles at the library’s entrance.

Library Classrooms (Room 130 and 135) are located in the same hallway as the ID Center.

For the first floor cafeteria, walk straight ahead and swipe through the lobby security turnstiles, then turn left.

Subject Guide

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Linda Rath
Contact:
Newman Library
Room 422
Baruch College
Box H-0520
151 E. 25th St
New York, NY 10010

Manage & Organize Your Research

  • Use the Research Worksheet, below, to keep track of library databases, keywords/search terms, authors, and other sources used during the research process (available as a Word document or PDF)
  • Or use an online citation manager, such as RefWorks or Zotero