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  • globe

    Given many people are on the road over the holiday season, we thought it good to highlight that you can connect to our catalog, our journal databases, and electronic publications from off campus.

  • Open Access

    A collection of resources on the topic of Open Access is now available on the library's website.  It includes peer institution policies, definitions and ways to get involved.

  • research assistance

    Our research consultation program connects you with a librarian on the reference staff who can give you more extensive one-on-one help with a research paper or project.  We also have a new group of

New Resources

  • textbooks

    Olivia Mathieu '17 has developed a textbook donation/borrowing (non-circulating) system. Located in the ODY library, ODY-DB will serve as St. Lawrence’s first alternative textbook resource available to students.

  • Screenshot of ILL request form

    ILLiad is the name of our online system for making interlibrary loan requests for books not available through ConnectNY, and for making interlibrary loan requests for articles.

  • Cole Reading Room

    Renovations to the Cole Reading Room in Herring-Cole have restored it to a quiet study space and enhanced the original woodwork in the historic building.

Special Collections

Special Collections is the place in the general library where we keep any items that are scarce, fragile, or valuable. Holdings include: printed books, journals, newspapers, maps, atlases, photographs, reports, diaries, correspondence, and more...

  • Collection of eight illuminated parchment scrolls and one illuminated parchment codex in Geez and Amharic, pertaining to the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, from the late 19th or early 20th century. This collection was acquired in 1998.

  • The Lee family outside John Stebbins Lee's home in Canton

    John Stebbins Lee (1820-1902) was born in Vernon, Vermont and was educated at Amherst College, graduating in 1841. He became a respected minister in the Universalist church and held teaching positions and pastorates in New Hampshire and Vermont.