Call Number Location Chart
Call numbers identify the physical location of an item in the collection.
The chart shows where each letter is shelved in Bobst Library. Click on the floor links to get a map of the floor and call number locations on that floor, and the subject area of the Call Number.
NYU Libraries use the Library of Congress system, in which the call number always begins with a letter of the alphabet (The letter broadly identifies the item's subject matter).
| If you need assistance locating materials, please ask at the reference or circulation desks on the 1st floor, IM us at AskBobst, or text us at 646-265-1342.
|A, B, C, D–DJ||4th floor|
|DJK–DX, E, F1-F999||6th floor|
|F1000-FC, G, H, J, K, L||7th floor|
|N, Q, R, S, T, U, V, Z||9th floor|
|Avery Fisher Center||2nd floor|
|British Parliamentary Papers||4th floor|
|Children's Literature||7th floor|
|East Asian Materials||10th floor|
|Fales & Special Collections||3rd floor|
|Journals & Newspapers, Current Issues||3rd floor|
|Leisure Books||LL1, LL2|
|Reserve Collection||Circulation & Reserve Services desk, 1st floor|
|Tamiment & Wagner Labor Archives||10th floor|
|University Archives||10th floor|
|U.S., UN, & International Documents||6th floor|
*All oversized books are housed on the same floor as their regular-sized counterparts.