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Library Resources

The Library offers many resources to University of Arizona students. All of these services and resources are available at low or no cost to current students. It's important that all Peer Information Counselors become familiar with the resources the library offers and feel confident suggesting library resources to other students.

Study Rooms

Group Study Rooms (3 - 16 people)

We have more than 50 group rooms you can reserve online. 
All UA students can reserve group study rooms.

Standard rooms
Standard group study rooms have tables, chairs, and whiteboards. Some have LCD monitors for connecting a laptop.

Technology rooms
Technology rooms have LCD monitors and desktop computers with built-in cameras and microphones, making it easy for video chat and Skype interviews.

Quiet Study Rooms (1 - 2 people)

As of June 2018, these rooms can be reserved online and accessed without a key.

Reserve rooms for up to 4 hours at a time, 120 days in advance, and 24 hours total per week.

Borrow Technology

The following items are available to checkout through UA Libraries: 

  • Laptops (Mac & PC)
  • Tablets (Android &iPad)
  • Cords & Chargers
  • Cameras & Accessories
  • Projectors
  • Scanners & Accessories
  • Calculators
  • Maker Tools
  • Drives & Readers
  • Audio/Visual Equipment

To borrow technology,  just bring your CatCard to one of our library service desks.

Request Books, Articles, & Other Materials

The library is happy to email students articles, book chapters, and more free of charge!

If we own it in print, we can scan it for you. If we don't own it, we'll request it from another library. Learn more about Interlibrary Loans (ILL) here 

Need Help?

Reference help is available whenever the library is open — which is most of the time during the academic year. 

Chat: Look for the Chat button in the upper right of the library home page.

Text: (520) 762-7271

Phone: (520) 621-6442


UITS also offers 24/7 tech support.

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