UTS Library



Toilet facilities with wheel chair access are located on each level of UTS Central with lift access available from the entry level. Staff and students who need access to lifts for Level 8 and Level 9 can go to the Level 7 security desk. Visitors who need lift access to the Reading Room's Level 6, can get access via the Level 5 security desk (inside the UTS Reading Room). Clients can contact security staff on 9514 1192 or ext 1192 for accessibility assistance.*

* Note: Students and staff who are registered with Accessibility Services will be contacted separately and their ID cards will be updated to allow permanent access to lifts and doors. Security staff at the Security desk outside UTS Library on Level 7 and inside the Reading Room on Level 5 will provide students and staff with accessibility needs with a temporary card to access the library on Levels 6, 8 and 9. This temporary access card is to be returned to the Security desk on departure. 

UTS Library clients are welcome to put any accessibility concerns in writing via email to lib-feedback@uts.edu.au

Assistive Technology Rooms

The Assistive Technologies Rooms are located on Level 8.

Access to the Assistive Technologies Rooms (CB02.08.123 and CB02.08.127) is available to all UTS card holders who have registered with Accessibility Services.
Tip: Room CB02.08.127 can be booked.

Booking Conditions:

  1. To use the Assistive Technology Rooms in the Library you need to be registered with the Accessibility Service in the Student Services Unit.
  2. Any UTS Library books left in the rooms will be checked in and returned to the shelves. Personal belongings left in the rooms will be treated as lost property and handed in to security staff. 
  3. For additional study room bookings at UTS Central (Building 2) visit the bookings page


Special arrangements can be made for parking at UTS if you have an RTA permit. Contact the Accessibility Service on 02 9514 1177 to organise your UTS parking sticker.

UTS Library website accessibility

UTS Library is committed to making its website accessible to the widest possible audience in accordance with the UTS Acessibility statement.

If you have problems accessing the Library website or have suggestions on how it may be improved, please fill in the Website Feedback form.