NYU Bobst Library

College Library, College & University, and College Bookstore
Greenwich Village, New York
  • olfat G.
    "finals week"(5 Tips)
    Ashwin R.
    "Calm study place n spacious library in NYC"(8 Tips)
    Adrienne M.
    "Graduate Student Exchange on the 10th floor"(2 Tips)
    Ali K.
    "Come her for quiet and comfort!"(12 Tips)
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  • Michael C.
    The design of this library is pretty cool. The entrance is grand and I wish I was able to see it before they put the guard rails though they did a great job making it aesthetically appealing
  • Steph Y.
    Steph YeoJune 3, 2014
    If you get thrown out of Coles during summer (this is real) you can use the staircase at bobst as a substitute for the stair master. Super effective and air con is better than in the gym. #work
  • Ashley
    AshleyApril 17, 2011
    Get here early! The higher up you go, the quieter it gets. Best to bring your snacks in, quick and cheap! If you start to loose focus, take a walk or move to a new floor!
  • Adrienne M.
    Adrienne MJuly 17, 2010
    There R bathrooms on almost every floor; fl 3-10 in the NW and NE corners, LL1 and LL2 on the north side of the bldg. Great study views from north side floors 4, 6, 8, and 10. SUPER helpful librarians
  • HashtagNYU
    HashtagNYUJanuary 7
    Sometimes Bobst all-nighters are inevitable, but never fear, the napping spots here are endless. A short stroll around Bobst will no doubt provide some great options. Read more
  • Samantha D.
    Samantha DunacApril 15, 2012
    If your going to sit on the quiet side remember that everyone can still hear you if you talk on the phone by the bathroom....-_- always go to the balcony
  • Sarah S.
    Sarah SweeneyAugust 22, 2011
    best place ever. you should borrow the macbooks and use the microwave/hand dryers in LLI, check out the amazing fales collection on the 3rd floor, socialize in 5th South and sleep in 8th North
  • William C.
    William ChiuMay 1, 2012
    The corridor with lockers and couches is pretty awesome. Great place to work and nap if needed. It empties out quickly when it's late.
  • Adrienne M.
    Adrienne MSeptember 11, 2010
    The Graduate Student Exchange on the 10th floor is an awesome place to escape those pesky undergrads and hang with the over-21 study crowd. Love the whiteboards, too!
  • HashtagNYU
    HashtagNYUFebruary 18, 2015
    If you think you have time to print here in between classes... you don't. We recommend trying one of the other lesser known printing facilities elsewhere on campus!
  • Roshan D.
    Roshan DaneshvaranSeptember 19, 2011
    Ask your friends to watch your laptop and Go get a "mamouns falafel" with that crazy hot sauce! That will keep you up all night!
  • Mariano M.
    Mariano MoranAugust 20
    Gorgeous, clean and comfortable for studying. Severe lack of diversity in fiction and quantity in non fiction tho.
  • Liv J.
    Liv JovineApril 18, 2012
    5th floor has a state of the art computer lab equipped with GIS and other specialized research software- check it out! Also, awesome free scanner in the same lab.
  • Roslynn A.
    Roslynn AngMarch 28, 2013
    The graduate student exchange will sometimes contain a few inconsiderate humans who talk at the top of their voice despite the din of an otherwise quiet room. Noise canceling headphones necessary.
  • Nicole
    NicoleSeptember 28, 2015
    Ask the people at the Computer Center on LL1 to install the NYU Printing Service software on your laptop. No more waiting for a free computer to print!
  • Allison
    AllisonFebruary 29, 2012
    The door's not that tricky, guys. Put your hand where the sign that says "place hand here" is, listen for the click, then exit. You're in grad school; it shouldn't be that hard.
  • Christina S.
    Christina SquitieriSeptember 26, 2012
    Wonderful library, even if a lot of the books are housed off campus. And you can take out up to 200 books!
  • Malcolm M.
    Malcolm McElheneyNovember 11, 2011
    Lower Levels are where it's at. They have private study rooms so you can lock yourself in to write essays the night before their due.
  • Carolina V.
    Carolina VázquezOctober 28, 2011
    Best place if you're new to getting work done and you don't want the intensity of LL2. AND it's open 24/7 :)
  • Sweta M.
    Sweta MohapatraApril 14, 2015
    The top floor has the best views of Washington Square Park to stare at while you get work done.
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    NYU Bobst LibraryOctober 19, 2012
    Halloween is coming! Courtesy of ARTstor, one of our image databases: http://ezproxy.library.nyu.edu:3762/library/welcome.html … pic.twitter.com/Fv7D8jvI
  • Catherine Y.
    Catherine YooSeptember 24, 2010
    Come between 8-9am and you won't have try every floor ib frustration to find a place to study. Please finish the constructions SOON.
  • Joyce S.
    Joyce SereiaAugust 16, 2013
    LL2- single rooms for study are NOT sound proof so don't be a jerk off and start having a phone conversation or group powwow in there!!
  • NYU
    NYUMay 1, 2013
    Whether it’s a study break or you need a book for that final paper - you have no doubt spent plenty of time in the Bobst Library (haven’t you?)
  • Jacob F.
    Jacob FordDecember 12, 2012
    The new golden atrium screens are perfect for peeking your nose through one of the gaps and pretending you're Hannibal Lecter, carefully watching all those below.
  • Eunic O.
    Eunic OrtizFebruary 6, 2011
    Staying for a while? Make sure to pack a lunch and not rely on food in the area. Very expensive and very limited depending on time of day. The library lets you set up a picnic while studying.
  • Meg
    MegJanuary 20, 2010
    Take the secret stairs to the second floor (past the 1st fl elevators, on your left). Save yourself the wait!
  • Marian Z.
    Marian ZJune 3, 2010
    pull an all nighter in a study room with friends for finals. bonus points if you are a commuter and make it your living room for the night.
  • Alexander
    AlexanderFebruary 11, 2013
    Don't read tips by students since we're all trying to keep our special library hideouts a secret. Trust nobody.
  • Robin K.
    Robin KimApril 3, 2011
    the gray leather couches on LL1 provide the ultimate napping spot. more than half the kids there are usually curled up and asleep
  • Heather L.
    Heather LiFebruary 25, 2013
    Don't look outside the glass or the new anti-suicide nets will make you depressed, if the nauseating floor pattern didn't do that already. Try LL1 for a relatively more cheerful ambiance.
  • Egle M.
    Egle MakaraiteFebruary 14, 2012
    Next to the women's bathroom there's a door - it's the single bathroom. Great if you like privacy and paper and paper towels.
  • NYU Wagner
    NYU WagnerJanuary 19, 2012
    Did you know that Bobst Library has graduate only study spaces? Check them out and make sure to reserve a space before you head over! Read more
  • Emily H.
    Emily HannahSeptember 14, 2012
    If you want to talk, even whisper to your neighbor step the fuck outside to the hall was because it's incredibly rude and distracting. You will be glared at and or asked to go outside.
  • Ali K.
    Ali KeyMay 4, 2011
    This study lounge is the nicest in the entire library. Come her for quiet and comfort!
  • HashtagNYU
    HashtagNYUOctober 19, 2012
    Make a right when you get down the stairs and try combining two of the comfy lounge chairs for a makeshift bed.
  • Sandy
    SandyOctober 29, 2011
    so although i no longer have access, this has been my favorite place to be productive. i hope to get into an NYU phd program so I can live in this place again.
  • Alexia M.
    Alexia MavrakesFebruary 22, 2014
    Sit by a window on the 5th fl. South wing. The sun warms it up.
  • Gabriel L.
    Gabriel LouzaoAugust 21, 2014
    Bottom floors open 24/7, graduate students get their own enclosed study areas.
  • Sally R.
    Sally RuanApril 30, 2014
    4th, 5th, and 6th floors are my favorite. (They were renovated recently.)
  • Clara L.
    Clara LuAugust 18, 2014
    You can hear the jazz music from Washington sq park in the East Asian Studies library!
  • James F.
    James FergusonOctober 31, 2009
    Go to the second floor, Avery Fisher center, and borrow one of their 28,000 movies to watch in the many carrels with headphones Read more
  • Alan C.
    Alan CordovaApril 22, 2010
    If you're an affiliate of NYU (e.g. Columbia student), you'll need a temporary Bobst Library Access Pass, available from the counter immediately to your left as you enter.
  • Rayan D.
    Rayan DuttaNovember 15, 2012
    Eat your chips loudly. Stare at those glaring at you whilst chewing with your mouth open. Drool slightly.
  • Nadaleen T.
    Nadaleen Tempelman-KluitSeptember 4, 2012
    New students: your NYU ID is your library card-go to the circulation desk at Bobst to authenticate.
  • Michael B.
    Michael BronfmanSeptember 5, 2012
    New renovations look great, go to the top floor and look down. A marvelous sight.
  • Hugo R.
    Hugo RamosApril 22, 2011
    great view from the 8th floor. some tables dont reach the plug though (the empty ones)
  • Shahid
    ShahidApril 4, 2014
    North reading room has high ceilings and a great view of the park.
  • Clarissa C.
    Clarissa CarbonellJanuary 28, 2013
    When you borrow a book from reserves remember to get your call number before you get there!!!!
  • olfat G.
    olfat GDecember 14, 2012
    Best library , 24\7 , u just can't resist especially during finals week !
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