Looking for late night study spaces on campus?

Wondering where you can study on campus late at night?  Here are some ideas!

ECE (Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering)

ENS 313

24/7  (Sunday 7am – Saturday 11pm)

ENS 507

24/7  (Sunday 7am – Saturday 11pm)

 

FAC (Flawn Academic Center)

Mon – Thu

6am – Midnight

Fri

6am – 10pm

Sat

10am – 10pm

Sun

10am – 10pm

 

UT Libraries

Life Science Library

Mon – Thu

8am – Midnight

Fri

8am – 6pm

Sat

1pm – 5pm

Sun

1pm – Midnight

 

PCL (Perry-Castañeda Library)

Mon – Thu

7am – 2am

Fri

7am – 11pm

Sat

9am – 11pm

Sun

noon – 2am

24/7 hours begin at 9am November 26th – 7pm December 13th.

 

Student Activity Center

Mon – Thu

7am – 3am

Fri

7am – 3am

Sat

10am – 3am

Sun

noon – 3am

 

Texas Union Building

Mon – Thu

7am – 3am

Fri

7am – 3am

Sat

10am – 3am

Sun

noon – 3am

Let us know where you like to study in the comment so we can add to this list!

Other questions about study spaces?

 

Looking for textbooks for your classes? Save time and money with these tips from the Libraries!

Looking for textbooks for your classes?

Use the University Coop textbook lookup site to find out what books you will need:

The Libraries do not routinely purchase textbooks for all classes held at UT. In some instances, however, we do have copies of the textbooks your classes require, or older editions of the same book. Here’s how to get your hands on them:

  • If your professor has told you that your textbook is on reserve in the library…

You can check it out at the Reserves Desk. Make sure you know which library it is held at. For instance, the Fine Arts Library maintains reserves for Art History classes.  Search for course reserves by professor or course number online.

  • If your textbook has not been put on reserve by your professor…

Ask your professor or TA to contact the library and request a copy for library reserves. Also, check the catalog to see if we have it on the shelves. Search by title or author, rather than ISBN, which is unreliable for textbooks. Be sure to check early!

  • If a book is checked out already…

You can use the  blue request button in the Library Catalog to recall it for yourself. The library will ask the current borrower to return the book. You’ll receive a notification at the email address you have on file with the university when it’s ready for you.

  • If you cannot wait for an item that is checked out, or we do not have a print copy of your textbook…

Search for an electronic book in our catalog, which can be read online with no download needed.  Many items are available in full text or preview versions on Google Books.

Need more help?….  Ask A Librarian!

Ask Us

 

www.lib.utexas.edu/ask

Visit the Find It @ UT Tables on the first two days of classes to get the help you need!

Nervous about the first few days of class?  Worried you won’t know your way around campus or find your class locations?  Don’t fret!

Libraries staff brave the August heat to host four Find It @ UT Table locations.  Each table features helpful, smiling faces that can help you navigate this huge campus and provide you with other information you may need to start the school year.

The Tables can be found at the following locations on the first two days of classes, Wednesday, August 24 and Thursday, August 25, from 7:30-1:00:

-Outside PCL, on the southwest corner of 21st and Speedway

-On the West Mall outside the Union

-On the East Mall outside the Winship Building

-Near RLM at Speedway

We’re excited to join forces with Student Government and the Senate of College Councils in this effort.  Student volunteers will also be hosting tables outside of the Student Activities Center and at the corner of Whitis and Dean Keaton outside of Kinsolving from 8:45am to 2:15pm each day.

Check out the map below and stop by any of these locations to get the help you need!  Volunteers at all locations will be wearing bright green Find It @ UT shirts.

Have a great first day of class!