Students, faculty, staff, and campus residents may check out books for a three-week loan period at the circulation desk in the library. Loans may be extended for one additional week by visiting the library to request a renewal in person or by emailing Ms. McCoy at email@example.com.
Students, faculty, and staff may check out ebooks and audiobooks from The Masters School Library and the Westchester Library System in the Sora app. Access information may be found at the library’s website.
The Masters School Library does not charge late fees, however families will be charged a replacement fee at the end of each school year for lost or unreturned items.
The library is a community space, where students are expected to maintain an environment of kindness and productivity.
Meet the Team
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Head Librarian & Coordinator for Digital Info and Learning
Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-4:45 p.m.
The Masters Library maintains a print collection of over 6,000 books, in addition to a collection of 400 ebooks and digital audiobooks, which are accessible in the Sora app.
The library provides Masters students and faculty with access to 47 subscription databases for research including encyclopedias, ebook collections, academic journals, university press books, and periodicals archives in a variety of academic subject areas. These are accessible on the library’s website.
The library maintains a collection of print magazines, as well as digital magazines which are accessible in the Flipster app. Masters students, faculty and staff are provided digital subscriptions to the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. These are also accessible on the library’s website.
Students and faculty at The Masters School are eligible for a library card at The Dobbs Ferry Public Library, which gives them access to the Westchester Library System collections and Kanopy, a video streaming service.