Iona College Libraries
Information and Resources to Move the World
Iona’s libraries are both portals to the future and archives of our past. Our 21st century information resources and our special collections provide students, scholars, and researchers the tools needed to pursue their interests, expand their knowledge and move our world forward.
The Iona College Libraries provide services and resources that reflect, support and enhance the mission of the College, helping to foster the intellectual growth and lifelong learning of our students.
An introduction to Iona’s Libraries:
Ryan Library. This striking, Georgian-style brick building is a research and learning center of the College. It provides access to print and electronic resources, rare book archives, research assistance, technology, and a variety of learning spaces. Learn more about Ryan Library.
Helen T. Arrigoni Library / Technology Center. This library houses journal and monographic collections in the areas of Mass Communication, Education and Computer Science and is one of the College’s computing centers. Learn more.
Rockland Graduate Center Library. This library serves the needs of graduate programs at the Rockland Graduate Center in Pearl River. Learn more.
Thomas Paine National Historical Association Collection. Ryan Library is also home to this rare collection of more than 200 items created in the 18th and 19th centuries, including first and early editions of Paine’s famous writings. Learn more.