The Cooper Union Library is in a consortium that allows you to share space, resources, access, and books with these academic libraries.
The Bobst Library is open to all current Cooper Union students, faculty, and staff, as well as retired and emeriti faculty.
For access, simply tap your Cooper ID card at one of the turnstiles. If your ID does not work for any reason, please email us at email@example.com or stop by the library service desk, so we can investigate and work with the Campus Safety and Security Department to resolve the issue.
To get NYUGuest WiFi access, members of the Cooper Union community must visit Bobst Library's Service Desk, located on the east side of the atrium when it is open. (Please note you may need to repeat this process weekly.)
You may still access NYU's online resources while you're at Bobst without the guest WiFi. To do so, use any publicly available computers on floors LL1, 5, 6, or 7.
Problems or questions with NYUGuest WiFi? Contact NYU Libraries IT (and make sure to mention you are a member of the Cooper community):
Students, Faculty, and Staff of the Cooper Union can access the Cardozo School of Law Library. Although members of the Cooper community cannot borrow books from Cardozo they can use them physically onsite. Also, during certain dates of the academic year, the Cardozo Law Library is closed to the Cooper community (such as during exam periods), so be sure to check the visitor webpage for updates and the calendar before going.