The William and Anita Newman Library of Baruch College was opened in 1994 and is part of the 330,000 square foot Library and Technology Center at 151 E. 25th St., between Lexington and Third Avenues.
The Library provides, for the PCMH Friends of the Library, a collection of over 400,000 print volumes, including the entire 11,000-volume collection from the Gutheil Library.
PCMH Friends of the Library have library access, borrowing privileges for the circulating collection, ability to attend library workshops on electronic information resources, and interlibrary loan services.
The journal collection provides over 4,000 subscriptions in hardcopy, as well as electronic access to over 14,000 full text journals including the Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing (PEP) Archive.
Full text databases include PsycINFO, PsycARTICLES, Health and Wellness Resource Center, Annual Reviews in Psychology, CINAHL, Medline, and Social Science Abstracts.
Library Reserve materials. Faculty, who are members of the Friends group, may put materials on reserve at the Newman Library reserve desk for use by currently-enrolled PCMH students.
Our professional staff provide reference services, including e-mail reference and online chat-reference, in addition to telephone and walk-in service.
For those journals and monographs not available in hardcopy or online from Newman Library, the library offers an Interlibrary Loan service at no charge to the PCMH Friends.
The Library will acquire materials in psychology, psychoanalysis, psychiatry, or allied fields, upon request and with the approval of the PCMH Library Committee. Membership dues of the PCMH Friends of the Library support the purchase of new materials and maintain over thirty professional journal subscriptions. Additionally, Newman Library spends over $25,000 a year on other subscriptions and monographs in psychology and psychiatry in support of the PCMH and Baruch College programs.