My Account — Access Your Own Borrowing Record
My Account is a feature within the UT Libraries' catalog giving you access to your borrowing records, what you have checked out, online renewals, and other services.
- • Loans (view a list of items borrowed; renew materials)
- • Hold requests (check the status of holds placed on items)
- • Cash transactions (see fines and charges owed to the Libraries)
- • Proxies/Sponsor (view a list of individuals with proxy cards linked to your account)
- Other features in My Account
- • Update addresses (your address info on file with the Libraries)
- • Delinquencies (the number of items currently overdue)
- • Messages (links to messages from the Libraries; rarely used)
Location of My Account
Go to the UT Libraries' online catalog. In the upper right hand corner of the page is a link for "My Account" which takes you to a login screen.
Log-in using your NetID and Password (UT students, faculty and staff only)
All other patrons use the long barcode number affixed to your UT Libraries' issued card for both your
username and password. This 14 digit long number begins with ‘29029’.
Change Password: for UT Libraries Barcode Log-Ins only. Not for NetIDs.
You must be logged into your UT Libraries My Account to change your UT Libraries Barcode password.
If you forget or need any other help with your password, call the UT Libraries (974-4351, Ext. 0). We can reset it for you.
This option shows the number of items checked out to your
account including proxy transactions. By clicking
on "Loans" you will be able to see a list of the items with
their due dates. Renewals may be initiated from this list display.
The number by this option is the total count of hold requests
either waiting to be filled or picked up. By clicking on "Hold
requests" you can see the titles of the items and their status.
Each item links to a record with additional information such as
where your request is ranked when multiple holds exist for the
Next to the Cash transactions option is the amount of
money you owe to the Libraries. Clicking on "Cash transactions"
will take you to a detailed list of fines and/or
other charges against your account.
Correct street and e-mail addresses ensure that you will receive important notices from the Libraries such as alerts regarding items with approaching due dates.
Delinquencies notes the number of your overdue items. For related information see the Libraries' loan periods page.