Welcome to the Pollack Library and Landowne Bloom Collection, a center for study and research activities at Yeshiva University's Wilf Campus. Occupying four levels in the Mendel Gottesman Library Building (levels 2 through 3A) the Pollack Library offers a wide range of collections and services in support of University academic programs, both undergraduate and graduate.
With its collection of over 317,000 physical volumes, and access to more than 50,000 electronic-journals, several hundred databases, and 428,000 electronic book titles shared with other libraries at the Wilf and Beren Campuses, the Pollack Library provides students and faculty members with a vast array of information sources. Computing, wireless access, scanning, copying and printing services, along with software tools such as Electronic Reserves and citation programs, support research and learning activities.
Librarians work with students individually to assist them in assigned projects and teach classes to help guide students in the identification, selection, evaluation and use of information.
The Pollack Library is located in the Mendel Gottesman Library Building. Access to the Mendel Gottesman Library Building at Yeshiva University's Wilf Campus is available to the following:
- Holders of current Yeshiva University ID cards
- Immediate family members of YU ID card holders who have obtained a YU Visitor's Photo ID
- Yeshiva University Alumni with YU Alumni cards and photo ID
- Students and Academic Staff at SHARES member institutions and NYATLA member institutions, upon presentation of photo ID from the institution
- Metro Referral Card holders upon presentation of photo ID
Access for Yeshiva University High School students is governed by special arrangement.
Individuals not covered by the policies above who wish to gain one-time access to the Library should present a photo ID to Library Security Personnel.
ACCESS AFTER 9:00 PM ON SUNDAY THROUGH THURSDAY AND ACCESS ON SATURDAY NIGHTS IS RESTRICTED TO CURRENT YU ID CARDHOLDERS AND YU ALUMNI ONLY.
Please note: Yeshiva University students and faculty will be given priority access to collections and services. Others may be required to relinquish use of materials or facilities.
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