Offers access to general and special collections featuring rare, autographed, first editions, limited and select formats.
A unique setting with original print and ceramic works by artists David MacDonald, Joe Flores, Patrick Morelli, along with a number of student and family memorial selections. On display are the library’s most treasured items, a letter from Dr. Martin Luther King and an autographed poster from a visit to SU & the library by Martin Luther King, III.
The state of the art computer cluster provides access to all SU libraries services including databases, research and support assistance.
Fully equipped media workstation.
Wide variety of media including (documentaries, streaming, popular, genre, specials, and music).
Personal papers, artifacts, ephemera, photographs, newspaper and scrapbook collections.
Community patrons and guests are welcome however, some access restricts do apply. Please contact the Circulation desk at (315) 443-9349 prior to your visit so that we may provide a quality research experience.
MLK Library services also include a media workstation with VHS/DVD capabilities, individual and group Information literacy sessions, copy services, and circulation support.