NYU Libraries Are a Dream Come True for Curious Minds

Campus libraries in New York City, Shanghai, and Abu Dhabi provide ample places for studying

A female student reading a book in the library stacks.

The library at NYU Abu Dhabi has a growing number of historic collections in both English and Arabic.

Two female students studying at a table in the library.

The library at NYU Shanghai is located on the 4th floor of the academic building in Pudong. It features tables around its windowed perimeter that are perfect for individual silent study.

Students working within the open space of the NYU Abu Dhabi library.

Skylights provide ambient lighting throughout the NYU Abu Dhabi Library, which is situated on the top floor of the school’s Campus Center.

Students seated and talking in the NYU Bobst library.

Students like to collaborate in the lobby of Bobst Library, the main library on NYU’s New York City campus.

NYU Bobst Library with students walking on a path.

Ten thousand people visit Bobst every day when school is in session. The library circulates 304,000 items annually.

Student working on laptop in the library.

Bobst has intrastack study spaces on the 4th through 9th floors.