UTS Library

Key dates for UTS Library relocating to UTS Central - November 2019

Important upcoming 2019 dates for students and clients at UTS

Library closes 11 November and re-opens 25 November in UTS Central.

 30 August Request for Purchase deadline for Spring and Summer sessions
 6 November Deadline for fines payments until 25 November
 11 – 24 NovemberHaymarket Library closed – services available via:
  • Student Learning Hub, located on Level 4 of UTS Central: 9am-5pm Weekdays 

  • Chat on lib.uts.edu.au: 9am-5pm Weekdays

  • Telephone 9514 3666: 9am-5pm Weekdays

  • Email via the ‘Ask a Question’ page 

  • Library’s online resources (some interruptions may occur).

General collection borrowing, InterLibrary Loans and LRS requests will be  unavailable.

 25 NovemberUTS Library will open in UTS Central



Yikes the library closure

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Chau Au, 4 weeks ago

Yikes the library closure dates might be inconvient for Calendar B Education students like me during the Final assessment and exam period. Specially not being able to access General collection and LRS (particularly Curriculum collections) for access and  borrowing.

Hi ChauThanks for your

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Eleanor, 4 weeks ago

Hi Chau

Thanks for your comment. Although the general collection will be unavailable as it is being packed for transportation to UTS Central, all e-collection and online journals items will be available as per usual through the library catalogue. In preparation, we encourage you to borrow general collection items prior to 11 November. 

Hi there.

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Jonathan, 3 weeks ago

Hi there.

What will happen to the old Blake Library?

Will there be a Researcher's Centre/Room in the new UTS Central lIbrary at all?


Hi Jonathan

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Eleanor, 3 weeks ago

Hi Jonathan

Thanks for your interest. It has not been confirmed what Building 5A will be used for in the future as yet. We look forward to finding out more once decisions have been finalised. 

Although there will not be a Researcher’s Centre in the new library, the bookable Scholar’s Centre will be available for HDR students, with priority bookings given to research students needing a dedicated space for writing up, or who can’t access facilities elsewhere. Further details regarding the booking process for the Scholar’s Centre will be made available when the library re-opens in November. 

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