Wisser Library Opened in 1990

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Wisser Library Opened in 1990

October 13, 2015

Twenty-five years ago, students flocked to an elegant new building: the George and Gertrude Wisser Memorial Library at the Old Westbury campus. Today, there are various libraries at NYIT's New York campuses, including:

NYIT's libraries are peaceful spaces for studying and offer a plethora of helpful resources, such as personal research sessions with a librarian. Read about all services at nyit.edu/library.

In addition, on a 2015 photo shoot of "hidden gems" at NYIT campuses, a photographer found this "free library" on the second floor of Serota Hall:

The free library is open to all members of the NYIT community. You'll find many fiction novels, including mysteries and thrillers. Stop by to borrow or donate books. 

This content is part of The Box's "60 Years in 60 Days" series in celebration of NYIT's 60th anniversary in 2015.