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FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions about library resources, rules, etc.


  • See this video: (You need to log into your NYCPM email and use your Outlook login PW).
  • The physical books are divided into three categories: Circulation, Reserve, and Reference.
  • Circulation books are located in the main area of the library and are loaned out for one week at a time. They may be renewed as long as there are no holds on the material. There is a $0.25 fine for each day a Circulation book is late.
  • Reserve books are located behind the desk, and maybe be taken out until noon the next school day. Therefore, if you borrow the book on Monday, it is due Tuesday by 12 PM. If you borrow the book on a Friday, it is due Monday by 12 PM. They may be renewed as long as there are no holds on the material. There is a $5.00 fine for each day a Reserve book is late.
  • Reference books are located behind the desk, and may not leave the library. They can be borrowed and used in the library, but not taken home.
  • If a book that you’re interested isn’t available, ask to put a hold on the book so that you may take it out when it is returned.
  • eBooks may be consulted anytime!
  • The library lends out materials such as foot models, dry-erase markers, chess boards, headphones, and phone chargers. These materials must be kept in the building and returned by the time the library closes that day.
  • Yes, BUT we ask that only covered beverages and small snacks be consumed in the library. If a student’s food creates an odor or disturbance, library staff reserve the right to ask them to take their food out of the library. Please clean up any spills, crumbs, and garbage after eating/drinking.
  • If the citation is from an article and it is from a journal we subscribe to, click on Full-text eJournals. If the citation is from an article and it is from a journal we do not subscribe to, request the article using our Interlibrary Loan Request form.  It can take up to two (2) business days before we receive the article from the lending institution.
  • Click on NYCPM Library Catalog and search by book title, author, etc.  You can put the book on hold using your student ID and pick it up the next day if it is available.  If the book is out with another student, we will notify you by email as soon as the book comes back to the library.
  • See Library Policies for lending periods.
  • We have many ebooks that include books on podiatry, orthopaedics, anatomy, and point-of-care reference tools.  You need to log in first with your NYCPM user name and NYCPM student id number.
  • Work study positions are available in the library, and are handled by NYCPM’s financial aid office. Feel free to ask financial aid or library staff about work study, but be assured that mass emails are sent out when jobs are available.
  • All online library resources are available off-campus. When you select a restricted resource’s link off-campus, you will be prompted to enter your username and password. Your username is your full NYCPM email, and your password is your student ID number. For example:
    • Username: jmoore2019@nycpm.edu
    • Password: 12456
  • If you have changed your password and cannot remember it, please contact library staff. If this service does not work for you, please contact library staff.
  • Visit this guide on searching PubMed and other databases for research articles.
  • The first time a student prints they will need to associate their ID card with their username.
  • Scan your NYCPM ID card then enter your email username and email password.
  • Going forward, all you need to do is swipe your card to log in.
  • If you forget your card, select “Alternate login” and enter your username and password.
  • Log onto one of the desktop computers and send jobs to “studentsprinter.”
  • Then, log onto either of the two printers in the computer lab, or the one in the library, to print.
  • To print, select “Release Documents”. The item(s) that you sent to print should be listed.
  • Please visit this page for information on printing from personal devices. This information is provided by NYCPM’s IT Department.
  • For more information on student printing and copying, please contact
  • NYCPM’s IT Department at extension 8065 or email servicedesk@nycpm.edu