The Old Library Building, on the northern end of the SUNY New Paltz campus, houses the Design and Photography programs. Design resources at Old Library include
- 2 Macintosh computer labs used for classes and otherwise open to students, with seminar and critique spaces, flatbed scanners, black & white and color laser printing, and projection set up. Software includes the Adobe Creative Suite, Dreamweaver, Flash and Fontographer. The building has wi-fi
- Bookbinding and letterpress facilities
- A variety of photographic and video equipment which may be borrowed by students
- Showcases for exhibiting work
The Sojourner Truth Library houses an extensive
collection of design books and periodicals, and relevant
databases. Additionally, reference librarians are
available to facilitate research aspects of graphic design projects.
SUNY New Paltz’s Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, with its active schedule of exhibitions and lectures, is another valuable resource for students.