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  • 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.

  • Owen D. Young Library will be open around the clock (24 hours!) from December 11th to December 15th. THELMO will again be providing late-night refreshments to help with the all-nighter your academic work might necessitate. Remember, that prior to the 11th the MacAllaster Room in ODY is a twenty-four hour study facility, complete with SLU Network computers and printing.

  • Gwen Cunningham - new Science Librarian

    Please join us in welcoming Gwen Cunningham as St. Lawrence University's new (interim) Science Librarian.  Gwen offers instruction on the use of library resources for faculty and students in the sciences.  She is also responsible for the library services and collections of the Launders Science Library and provides reference services and research consultations for patrons of LSL.

Services & Technology

  • Thor the therapy dog

    Take a break from finals and de-stress at ODY. Assistant professor Jessica Prody's golden retriever, Thor, is a registered therapy dog and will be visiting ODY during finals.

  • Quiet Study

    From now until the end of Finals' Week the Yellow Pipe Room has been designated to be a Quiet Study Area.

  • digital

    The Libraries and Information Technology (LIT) division and the Richard F. Brush Art Gallery, in conjunction with the Mellon Humanities Grant, partner with faculty to develop projects which feature innovative approaches and creative uses of digital technologies.

New Resources

  • Science Library Book Display

    The current book display at Launders Science Library is Tiny Matters. 

    The Fall theme focuses on the tiny particles that that make life possible.  

  • 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...

  • 1919 Universalist Leader magazine featuring an article on Richard Eddy Sykes

    Universalism was brought to America by John Murray who preached his first sermon September 30, 1770 in Potter's Meeting House in Murray Grove, New Jersey.

  • June 12, 1850 letter from the Preston King/Simeon Smith papers

    Preston King, politician, was born October 11, 1806 in Ogdensburg, New York. He was educated in Ogdensburg and graduated from Union College in 1827. He passed the bar after a study of law in Silas Wright's office. In 1830 he established the St.