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The Learning Resource Center in Brentwood

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The Learning Resource Center in Brentwood

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Reserve materials are set aside by faculty for special reading in the library. These materials such as reserve textbooks, course reading materials, calculators, model kits, and laptops can be used in the library for 2 hours (some exceptions apply; please see circulation staff for more information). Reserve collection use is limited to current SUNY Suffolk students with a valid SUNY Suffolk ID.

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The Montaukett Learning Resource Center in Riverhead

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Library Archive and Special Collections

Housed in the Huntington Library on the Ammerman Campus, Library Archive and Special Collections preserves and provides access to student publications such as the Compass and Lilith. The archive also includes special collections that focus on Long Island as well as SUNY Suffolk faculty publications.

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