Curtin Memorial Library

Library Services for Alumni

& Community Members

Mount Saint Mary College Alumni

All MSMC alumni are welcome to visit Curtin Memorial Library and the Curriculum Library & Design Center whenever the libraries are open.

With a valid alumni ID card, books may be borrowed from Curtin Library. Resources in the Curriculum Library may not be checked out.

To obtain an alumni ID card, please contact the Alumni Affairs Office at (845) 569-3286 or A limited number of ID card application forms are also available at the Curtin Memorial Library Check-out Desk.

Alumni with a valid My.MSMC network account may use the computers located on all in the Library, including databases; remote access to databases is not available for alumni. For information on activating your account, visit the Alumni Affairs web site. Alumni with an active network account are entitled to 250 pages of free printing and copying annually via the Mount's PaperCut print management system. For details on how the system works, please consult the PaperCut FAQs.

Interlibrary loan privileges are only extended to current students, faculty, and staff.

Community Members

Local adult residents may visit Curtin Memorial Library to use library materials on-site whenever the library is open. A few computers on the ground floor are available to visitors for internet use and for access to the library's electronic resources.

Children may use the library when accompanied by an adult. They are not permitted to use library computers.

For a $20 annual fee, community members may purchase a Visitor's Library Card which entitles the visitor to borrow books from Curtin Library. To obtain a Visitor's Card, stop at the Curtin Library Check-out Desk.

NOTE: Anyone with a SUNY Orange ID card or a library card from Newburgh Free Library is eligible for a free visitor’s card at Curtin Library, through the Newburgh Library Collaborative. Library services can also be arranged for students at Newburgh Free Academy. Stop at the Curtin Library Check-out Desk or visit the Newburgh Library Collaborative website for details.