Services for Graduate Students
- Course Reserves
- Checking out Scores and Media/Loan Periods
- View Your Circulation Record
- Music Library Collections and Research Assistance
Print and electronic resources placed on reserve by UNLV Faculty and Teaching Assistants can be accessed via UNLV Libraries Course Reserves. For Teaching Assistants who would like to place materials on reserve in the Music Library and/or provide electronic reserves, please fill out the Request for Reserves form and return it to a staff member in the Music Library.
Your library-validated RebelCard allows you to check out scores, DVDs, and compact discs at the Music Library. There are no limits on the number of items you can check out. For assistance, ask at the Music Library Service Desk. Loan periods for materials for all Graduate Students are as follows:
- Scores: semester long checkout with two renewals.
- Compact discs: 2 week checkout with no renewals.
- DVDs: 1 week checkout with no renewals.
- Reserve materials: variable.
Checked out materials are subject to recall by other students, faculty, and staff. Graduate students are responsible for Recall, Interlibrary Loan, LINK+ and Reserve Fines. Recall fines are $5.00/day per item. Interlibrary Loan and LINK+ fines are $1.00 per day per item. Reserve fines vary. There are no other fines. Scores can be renewed online provided there are no outstanding fines exceeding $5.00. Scores can be returned to the Music Library, any of the library locations on campus, or in the book drops located across campus. Please return DVDs and compact discs to the Music Library Service Desk.
Click on Your Account on the top menu of the home page to find a record of the books you have checked out, possible recalls, fines owed, and to renew books.
The Music Library contains over 30,000 scores, over 13,000 compact discs, approximately 1,200 DVDs, and a small reference collection. In addition, the Libraries have about 200 electronic indexes and databases that can be used for research purposes and to find journal articles in all subject areas. Many of these resources provide full-text information online. Those most pertinent to music are listed in our Electronic Resources page. You may use your personal device with UNLV's wireless system in the Music Library.
General information and research assistance is available at the Music Library Service Desk.
A Group listening/viewing seminar room is available in the Music Library for groups up to six. This room is a wifi spot, and has a white board to facilitate group discussions/projects.
For general information about Music Library services, contact us at 895-2541.