Coordinated Collection Development Aid
Fifteen academic libraries in SENYLRC currently receive approximately $115,000 annually in New York State Coordinated Collection Development Aid (CCDA), which is administered on behalf of the New York State Library by the NY3Rs Councils. The CCDA program promotes regional coordination of collection development in academic libraries by providing annual grants based on enrollment to public and not-for-profit colleges, universities, and community colleges that meet certain conditions. These conditions include constitutional eligibility to receive State aid, membership in a reference and research library resources system, and full participation in interlibrary loan and other resource sharing programs.
SENYLRC coordinates the collection development plans for the SENY region. Participating libraries are polled annually regarding their subject area responsibilities. Follow the links below to view the CCD "Guidelines for Resource Sharing" and the subject areas developed by each participating academic institution.