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Steacie Library


The Steacie Library opened on October 14, 1966, making it the first York University Library.  The library was named after Ned Steacie, a prominent research chemist. Today it houses resources relating to general science, mathematics and statistics, computer science and technology, physics, chemistry, earth science, biology, kinesiology, neuroscience and nursing.

Steacie Hours


Steacie Science and Engineering Library

May 20
Monday
Closed Victoria Day
May 21
Tuesday
8am - 6pm
May 22
Wednesday
8am - 6pm
May 23
Thursday
8am - 6pm
May 24
Friday
8am - 5pm
May 25
Saturday
Closed
May 26
Sunday
Closed

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Location


136 Campus Walk
4700 Keele Street
Toronto, ON M3J 1P3
 416-736-5084
steacref@yorku.ca

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