More Student Resources
An overview of the library, its collections, resources, and services: how to find books, articles, and reserves.
Librarian-curated guides to college-level research: the best resources, databases, and strategies for specific subject areas, courses, and topics.
Writing a paper? Citing sources? Creating a bibliography? Make sure you're following a standard style!
How to use the Library if you're in an online program at John Jay
How to use the Library if you're a graduate student at John Jay.
- Graduate students can request items via ILL such as books, articles, book chapters, and dissertations that the John Jay Library does not own and that cannot be requested through CLICS.
- Undergraduate students can submit ILL requests for articles that are not available through the John Jay Library.
Keep track of your resources and generate bibliographies with this easy-to-use bibliographic management program.
We offer you four group study rooms, plus a media viewing room.
As a CUNY student, you have a complimentary digital subscription to the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. Read the news on your computer & smartphone.
What's a "call number"? Where are the "stacks"? What's so special about "special collections"? Decode library-speak here.
How you can use the Library even after you graduate