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Marriott Student Learning CenterThe Nestlé Hospitality Library, one of the finest libraries in the hospitality management field, is noted for its excellent collection, knowledgeable staff and service to alumni, industry practitioners, other hospitality schools and trade associations, as well as the students and faculty of the School of Hotel Administration.

Organized shortly after the founding of the program in hospitality management at Cornell University in 1922, the library is an integral part of the School. The library contributes to the creation and dissemination of knowledge in the hospitality industry by connecting faculty members, students, and industry executives with hospitality industry information resources.  The library's talented staff is dedicated to serving the educational interests of the students and the research and teaching interests of the school’s faculty.

Catherwood LibraryThe Martin P. Catherwood Library, part of Cornell University's ILR School, is the most comprehensive resource of its type in North America. Its collection of 232,000 books, journals, pamphlets and related materials — now complemented by extensive access to electronic resources from around the world — supports education and research in nearly every aspect of the workplace. 

The Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation & Archives is the unit of Catherwood Library that collects, preserves, and makes accessible rich collections of unique or rare documents pertaining to the history of the workplace and labor relations.  Materials include the records of labor unions as well as personnel managers, government agencies, advocacy groups, and labor scholars. They consist of printed and hand-written documents, historical photographs, rare pamphlets, audio recordings, film, and oral histories.

Sage Hall exteriorThe Management Library is proud to be your research partner and offers services and collections to aid today's business researcher.

The Management Library research team works with individuals, teams, and entire classes to structure research strategies and provide information solutions. The library's targeted workshops focus on developing skills used in financial, market, entrepreneurial, and career research. The library’s on-site collection includes course reserves used in MBA classes as well as specialized electronic services such as Bloomberg, Capital IQ, Datastream, and SDC. The library staff work collaboratively to select books, journals, and databases relating to accounting, finance, investments, management, and marketing. The website is specifically designed to aid business research by highlighting the top on-line business information databases, such as Factiva, Mintel, and Thomson One Banker, which are available to students 24x7.