UTS students and staff

Membership is automatically applied to all current UTS students and staff.

Other membership types

Alumni and retired UTS staff

  • Length: 3 years
  • Cost: no cost
  • Collection access overview: electronic access to selected databases/electronic resources
  • Campus access: UTS Reading Room and study spaces of UTS Central, levels 4 to 7
  • Eligibility: must have completed or graduated from UTS or worked at UTS 

From 1 Dec 2021, existing alumni memberships will be updated to electronic resource access only. Full details on access changes here.

ULANZ student and staff

  • Length: Up to 1 year (expires annually 28 February)
  • Cost: $50 student, $5 staff
  • Collection access overview: physical collections only, refer to Borrowing and the Access and Borrowing Guidelines
  • Campus access: UTS Blake Library, UTS Reading Room and study spaces of UTS Central, levels 4 to 7
  • Eligibility: proof of current employment or enrolment is required

Application process

Register for a UTS Library membership.

For UTS Short Course students: contact the Patron Registration staff.

Access details

Alumni and UTS retired staff off campus access


  • Username: ID number located on card
  • Password: Refer to login details sent via email when you first registered

New members will receive their database login within 2 working days of obtaining their Library membership card.
UTS Short Course students will receive an email with their login details once their account has been created.

Database access

For more information about the publications you can access in the Alumni Edition databases see:

Bibliographic software

RefWorks: To access RefWorks you will first need to create a RefWorks Account with your UTS email address. You can change your email address at any time through your RefWorks account setting page.

Open Access Resources

Research available without a pay wall:

  • DOAJ – Directory of Open Access Journals – Over 10,000 quality peer-reviewed OA journals from all disciplines
  • JURN – Search free academic articles, chapters, and theses
  • CORE – Search for openly accessible content from repositories and journals