Lloyd Sealy Library
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Lloyd Sealy Library

Lloyd Sealy Library

John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Floor map of Library

Upper floor: Reference Desk, Stacks A through H, Classroom, Conference Room, Faculty Offices, Computers, Scanners, Printers, Microfilm, Periodicals, Law Reference, Reference, Special Collections, Group study rooms. Lower floor: Library entrance, Circulation Desk, Reserve Desk, Computers, Scanners, Printers, Stacks J through Z, Group study rooms.

View map as PDF (80 KB)
View map as large, hi-res .JPG (300 KB)

Virtual tour of library (link to video, 5 minutes)

Text description of Library floor map

The Library is located in Haaren Hall. The Library entrance/exit is on the Library's lower level (how to enter).

On the lower level:

  • At entrance: Circulation Desk (check out books), Anytime Printing station
  • To the right after the entrance: Reserve Room Computer Lab (printers and scanners), Reserve Desk
  • To the left after the entrance: Elevator, staircases (main staircase to the left, secondary staircase ahead and to the right), Niederhoffer Lounge, Browsing Collection, Stacks J through Z, Loeb Classics Collection, Group Study Rooms C and D, Media Viewing Room E

On the upper level:

  • At top of main staircase: Reference Desk (librarians), computers, scanners, printers, microfilm, microfiche, restrooms (men's and women's)
  • Past Reference Desk, up short staircase or ramp: copiers, Library classroom, Conference Room, faculty offices, Group Study Rooms A and B, Reference section, Special Collections
  • North wing: Stacks A through H, Silent Study Area, secondary staircase, elevator
  • South wing: Reference Law section, Periodicals section, Silent Study Area

Study spaces and emergency exits are located throughout the Library. Only books from the Stacks section can be checked out and taken home; all other non-circulating items must remain in the Library.

The elevator serves only the two Library floors. For patrons with ID cards activated by the Office of Accessibility Services, or for patrons who make a request at the Public Safety Desk at the 10th Avenue entrance, the elevator serves as an accessible entrance and exit to Haaren Hall.