Guidelines, rules, abbreviations and other information.
At UTS, it is recognised that those studying quietly are very focused on their work and don't always want to break to get food.
Cold or snack foods, like those in plastic containers or wrappers, and fruit may be brought into most areas of the Library.
Electronic resources available through UTS Library, including eJournals, eBooks, and databases are provided for educational or scholarly purposes and are subject to licenses that govern access and use.
UTS Library has a small collection of rare books held in two locations, the Kuring-gai Campus Library and the City Campus Library.
Learn about the policies and guidelines for using Library resources including: computers, privacy, copyright and consumption of food and beverages in the Library.
Client Service Charter
Outlines the UTS Library’s services and standards (PDF).