Most services will remain available during the library’s extended closure, including borrowing, returns, research assistance, interlibrary loan, and new account setup. You may access some of these services through an information desk that will be located on the first floor of Lied Library, inside the Book & Bean coffee shop, or you may visit one of UNLV Libraries’ branch libraries: Architecture Studies Library (ASL), Curriculum Materials Library (CML), or the Music Library.
Need a Computer in Lied Library?
During this very busy time in Lied Library, extra computers are available in the Rhyolite Room on the 1st floor from 10am to 5pm on December 3rd - 5th, and December 9th - 11th.
Take a "paws" from your studies and recharge for a few minutes as Lied Library partners with Love Dog Adventures to bring UNLV students together with certified therapy dogs. Studies show that when animals are around, people's blood pressure goes down, and stress and anxiety levels are substantially reduced. Please join us!
Did you know that some of the most popular items for thieves to steal on campus are laptop computers and other personal electronic devices? Thieves find the unattended electronic equipment of studying college students to be an easy crime of opportunity. The UNLV Department of Police Services would like to reduce the likelihood of this occurring on our campus, and that's why we have scheduled a property registration event for all members of the campus community. Join us December 2nd - 5th in Lied Library and secure your property!
UNLV University Libraries will once again offer the Calvert Award for Undergraduate Research. The application deadline is April 24, but as you continue to work on your course assignments, take note of your best research projects and enter them in this prestigious academic competition.