UTS Library

Day Visitors

icon    EXAM PERIOD NOTICE: 
During the UTS exam period, Monday 3 June to Sunday 30 June 2019 Day Visitor access will be unavailable.
Access will be available again from Monday 1 July 2019.

Outside of these dates applying for a Day Visitor pass to the UTS Library requires pre-registration. 

Eligibility and cost
Day Visitor passes will continue to be available for anyone who is not a member of UTS Library outside of exam periods and weekends. These passes are free and limited to 10 visitor requests per calendar year and are available for access Monday to Friday. 
Please note: There is no access on weekends and public holidays.

Pre-registration
Registration will be required a minimum of 2 business days prior to visiting the Library. Your registration will be reviewed and a confirmation email sent to you 1 business day prior to your requested date.

Please email the following details to lib-dayvisitor-reg@uts.edu.au

  • Given Name 
  • Family Name
  • Email Address
  • Phone Number
  • Reason for visiting UTS Library
  • Date(s) of visit (You can apply for multiple dates in one email)

When you arrive
You will need to bring the following to the front desk of the Library to receive your Day Visitor pass:

  • Your confirmation email
  • Photo ID

What access is included with the Day Visitor pass?

  • As a Day Visitor you will be able to access the Library's collections, copy and scan. 
  • Library staff can also request items for you from the Library Retrieval System (LRS) as a day loan. Please see Enquiries Loans Desk staff or phone 9514 3666 for assistance with this.
  • Day Visitors are unable to access Library computers, WiFi or printing facilities and no refunds are available for money placed on Day Visitor Cards for copying.

Other visitors please note:

  • Tour groups should organise visits in advance through the Information Services Manager on Tel (02) 9514 3728.
  • High School students – Year 11 or 12 only are permitted Day Visitor entry into the Library
  • Children under 18 may accompany a parent or carer with Library access rights.​​​​​​​