There are designated quiet study spaces throughout the library. In Weaver, it's the 1st and 5th floors. In Main Library it is floors 4 and 5.
If you aren't able to be on campus, we have lots of content that you may access online - just use your catmail address and password when you are asked to authenticate yourself as a University of Arizona affiliate. See other pages of this guide for e-resources.
Physical items (books, journals, etc.)
Holds & pickups for items in the physical collection
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