Unlike previous years, all of the Libraries will be closed on 11/27, the Friday after Thanksgiving.
On Saturday, 11/28, PCL will open at 9am and remain open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week until 7pm on Tuesday, 12/15.
Please note that the Engineering Library will close at 5pm on Wednesday, 11/25.
More information about hours, including hours for all the Libraries, can be found online.
Are you feeling the crunch of assignment deadlines? Stop by PCL during Crunch Time for research help and a sweet treat.
UT Libraries staff provide multiple service points for quick questions and research assignment consultations. Come by PCL, 11am-4pm, 11/17-11/19, for research assistance, time-saving tips and handouts, and a mini-Nestle Crunch bar. Take a fun quiz about service options for the chance to win a prize.
PCL is located at the corner of 21st and Speedway.
Can’t make it to the Libraries during Crunch Time? Use our Ask a Librarian service to get help from a librarian via IM or email or visit our For Undergraduates page and our Research by Subject pages for helpful research guides.
Wondering about library hours for the rest of semester? Check out hours for all the Libraries here. Before and during final exams, PCL will be open continuously from 9am, Saturday, November 28 through 7pm, Tuesday, December 15.
The Fine Arts Library and the University of Texas Libraries invites you to the unveiling of the Art & Art History Collection at 5 pm on Thursday November 12.
The event takes place in the Fine Arts Library in the Doty Fine Arts Building and is free and open to the public.
The collection was formed in 2005 when the College of Fine Arts acquired about five thousand artifacts from the Texas Memorial Museum and 60 objects donated by the Boeckman family of Dallas.
The most significant holdings in the Art & Art History Collection are artifacts of various pre-Columbian cultures made from materials such as ceramic, stone, metal, textiles, wood and feathers.
A rotating selection of items from the collection will be displayed at the Fine Arts Library.
For more information or to RSVP to the opening, please call 512-495-4363.
Come by the Benson Latin American Collection Wednesday to see some great memorabilia from all ages of Mexican Cinema. They will have a sampling of their movie collections, from posters and lobby cards of the greats of the Golden Age, such as María Félix, Pedro Infante and Cantinflas, to stills of El Santo fighting everyone from la Hija de Frankenstein to el Dr. Muerte.
Drop by and enjoy some of the many treasures available in the Benson’s archives! This event is open to everyone (students, staff, faculty, public.)
What: Mexican Cinema Memorabilia
When: 11:00-12:00 on Wednesday, November 4th
Where: Benson Latin American Collection Seminar Room (SRH 1.115)