Students who have their Ithaca ID (no CT logo on the back) can access the NYU library.
Weill Cornell library allows for other Cornell-campus students
Columbia offers passes to Cornell students (bring your student ID)
To get access to Columbia Libraries, go to the Library Information Office during their hours in Butler Library. You’ll need to provide your Cornell ID and a government photo ID as well as log into your Cornell Library account via NetID.
You can request either physical access or physical and borrowing privileges. You will be assigned a borrowing card which expires at the end of the academic year (June 15th). This needs to be renewed annually.
You will also be assigned a UNI (Columbia equivalent of NetID) which you can set up to manage your library account online, request books, and print.
New York Public Library, Queens Public Library, Brooklyn Public Library
Apply for separate cards for each of these, or get an IDNYC (a municipal govt-issued ID that does not consider citizenship status — only residency in the city) that works for all of them
You may borrow physical books from Cornell’s collection by requesting them to be delivered. Click “Request Item” on the item details page and select “Cornell Tech” as the pickup location.
If “Cornell Tech” does not show up as a pickup location option for you, you may need to contact Cornell librarians for Cornell Tech issues via email@example.com to be whitelisted.
All books may be returned to a Library liaison among the Cornell Tech administration. To contact Cornell Tech library services, you may email: firstname.lastname@example.org
>10% of the book probably not allowed due to copyright restrictions
Email email@example.com and they will look into purchasing an e-book or physical book (not a ton of funding right now, but can start tracking requests)
In Ithaca, CS students are issued a workstation (tower + monitor + keyboard/mouse). However, at Cornell Tech, advisors are responsible for providing a workstation (e.g., laptop or desktop) to the students.
Historically, have been able to get access to your workstations from Ithaca