953 James Street
Syracuse, NY 13203
Monday - Thursday 8:00am - 8:00pm
Friday 9:00am - 3:00pm
Saturday 12:00pm - 5:00pm
Sunday 12:00pm - 5:00pm
Weekend hours are subject to change.
Contact your librarians for help with research assignments or questions about using your library resources, services, APA citation help, Blackboard online classes, getting started with your research topics, or learning Microsoft Office applications.
(315) 472 - 6603 ext. 3535
24/7 online chat Mondays 2:00pm - 3:00pm & Thursdays 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Monday through Thursday
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The Syracuse Library offers these services: reference desk, workshops and seminars, information literacy sessions, 24/7 online chat, email questions, interlibrary loan, and library events.
The library collection includes print and online materials. The print collection ranges from ready reference materials to subject specific titles. The ready reference collection includes encyclopedias, dictionaries, directories, and atlases etc.. The subject specific materials include books in each subject area taught at the campus.
The library has a print periodical collection that includes titles of a variety of periodicals. The periodical collection ranges from casual reading to subject specific journals, magazines, and newspapers. These titles include AMT Events, Journal of Accountancy, and Syracuse Post-Standard etc. You can locate the current periodicals in the library and access some past issue periodicals online through the College Virtual Library databases search.
The college Virtual Library serves as a gateway to the college online information resources. It serves all campuses across 4 states as well as an online division. Resources range from subscription databases to eBooks, and it also includes links to the campus library websites, 24/7 Live Chat with a Librarian, and Email Librarian Service. You can access the college Virtual Library when you log on the college Blackboard.
On the college Virtual Library website, the most important references you will use for your research citation assistance are the Bryant & Stratton College’s official APA Style Guide. All faculty and students can access the digital Bryant & Stratton College’s official APA Style Guide on the Virtual Library website home page left side by clicking the “Get Help with APA” link under APA.
On the college Virtual Library home page, under the campus library links, you can find the Syracuse Library website link where you can access the library online catalog and the additional resources and services that are specific to the campus. For example, questions & answers, print periodicals, program resources etc..