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Need help? Ask a librarian!

Chat service is available during the Spring and Fall semesters. You can also contact a librarian in person at the reference desk, by phone, or by email. Phone: 718-390-3401 email:

Fall Semester Hours (starts Aug. 26)

Monday – Thursday: 7 am – 12 midnight
Friday: 7 am – 8 pm
Saturday: 10 am – 6 pm
Sunday: 12 pm – 12 midnight

Exceptions exist for class breaks and holidays. See the library calendar for daily details.


Group Study Rooms

The Class of ’59 Learning Commons houses 4 group study rooms for student use only. Rooms contain Smart Boards, laptops, and whiteboards and seat up to 7 students. Two rooms share an accordion wall to accommodate larger groups.

Book a Study Room (current students only)
Never booked a room online before? Register for an account.
Booking a Room: Step-by-Step Instructions (PDF)

Study Room Policies

1. Rooms are for current Wagner students.
2. Groups of 2 to 7 students permitted in each room.
3. Must present Wagner ID to pick up room key at appointment time.
4. NO FOOD is permitted in study rooms.
5. Rooms are not soundproof, keep your voices down.
6. Library staff retain the right to revoke reservations as necessary.

Services for Faculty

The library offers many services to Wagner faculty members, including copyright support, information literacy instruction, Zotero (citation management) training, and more. Visit the faculty services page for more information and to contact a librarian for assistance.


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Join the Friends of the Horrmann Library

Friends support the library and their generous contributions allow us to purchase new materials and equipment, and build new spaces for student use within the library. Friends also help us plan for the future of the library. We couldn’t do it without you! Learn more – visit the Friends of the Library online.

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