About Journalism


The Journalism Library features a modest collection of reference books, circulating books, and current periodicals, as well as recent years' of Master's projects and M.A. theses completed by graduates of the School. The library functions as a portal to the Columbia University Libraries system, and one computer terminal provides full access to the many electronic resources licensed for use by the Libraries. A scanner is available to library users. All materials in the Journalism Library have catalog entries in CLIO.


  • Kristina Williams, Journalism and Government Information Library
        (212) 854-3916
  • Tracy Sagalow, Evening and Weekend Supervisor
        (212) 854-3547


Journalism Library
204 Pulitzer Hall
2950 Broadway
New York, NY 10027

(212) 854-0390



The Journalism Library is open Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. All non-circulating materials, including course reserves, reference materials, Master's projects, and current periodicals may be used during these times. Please check the Journalism Hours Calendar for the full schedule of our hours of operation. 


The Journalism Library is located on the ground floor of Pulitzer Hall. Pulitzer Hall is located between Lerner Hall and Miller Theatre between W. 115th St. and W. 116th St. Pulitzer Hall is accessible via the Columbia University quadrangle; the entrance faces south. 

Journalism is situated inside the Stabile Student Center, located to the left of the main entrance to Pulitzer Hall, past the elevators and through the glass doors. Study space for journalism students is available just outside the library. Light snacks and refreshments are available for purchase in the cafe next door.