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Collection Development Policy

Cooperative Resources and Consortia Agreements

SUNY Oneonta is part of the State University of New York, the largest comprehensive university system in the United States. The library is part of SUNYConnect, a joint initiative of the Office of Library and Information Services and the libraries of the 64 SUNY campuses to share collections and services. Between-campus borrowing, specifically monographs and serials, is enhanced through use of the library’s discovery system. The library also maintains cooperative agreements with the Information Delivery Services Project, Libraries Very Interested in Sharing, and the South Central Regional Library Council, all of which enhance mutual access to resources. Borrowing privileges for SUNY Oneonta students, faculty, and staff at neighboring Hartwick College, a private, liberal arts institution of 1,200 students. Huntington Memorial Library, part of the Four County Public Library System, houses valuable resources related to New York state history.