Gill Library, named in honor of Mother Irene Gill, O.S.U., the founder of the College, houses 150,000 volumes and has full text access to several thousand print or online periodicals. Gill Library uses the Web-based Innovative Interfaces Millennium System to provide an online catalog to the Library's holdings, automated circulation, and other computerized library systems.
Library resources and services are also provided at each of the other five campuses of The College of New Rochelle: the Brooklyn Campus, Co-op City Campus, DC-37 Campus, Rosa Parks Campus (Harlem) and John Cardinal O'Connor Campus (South Bronx).
In addition to the circulation of materials, the Library offers the following services to the College Community:
- Library instruction to groups and to individuals who request it
- Interlibrary borrowing of materials
- Reference and research assistance
- Document delivery
- Electronic reserves
- Internet access
At all campuses and via off-campus remote access, Gill Library offers a wide variety of selected web-based subscription databases.
Gill Library is a member of the Association of College and Research Libraries, the Metropolitan New York Library Council, the SUNY OCLC computer-based network of libraries, and the Westchester Academic Library Director's Organization (WALDO). As a member of WALDO, Gill Library participates in the computerized information system which provides public online access to over two million holdings in Westchester area academic libraries and to a variety of specialized databases.
Circulation Desk: (914) 654-5340
Reference Desk: (914) 654-5342