The John C. Hodges Library in the heart of campus houses the majority of the UT Libraries’ collections and many unique services. Research assistance and technology services are available almost all hours of the week in The Commons, a student-centric venue for both studying and socializing. Technology-rich facilities and services include a multimedia digital production Studio and ever-expanding virtual resources that are easily discoverable.
More Locations at Hodges
The Studio (Chat)Online Support
The CommonsHodges 2nd Floor
Graduate CommonsHodges 131
Special CollectionsHodges 121
Located in the Clyde M. York Veterinary Medicine Building, Pendergrass serves students, faculty, and the public community seeking information and scholarship in the disciplines of agriculture, environment sciences, natural sciences, food sciences, and veterinary medicine. While housing a collection of over 160,000 books, data sets, digital media, journals, microforms, and periodicals, the library also offers 3D and large format printing services.
The George F. DeVine Music Library is the primary source for music and music literature in University Libraries. It provides resources and information services to support university programs in music and music education, as well as serving music reference and research needs for UT and local community. The library is located on the ground floor of the Natalie L. Haslam Music Center.
HoskinsStorage & Reading Room
The Hoskins Library Storage & Reading Room provides library patrons walk-in access to storage materials. It is designed for on-site use when it is necessary to use a number of volumes of a print series or many reels of microfilm. The reading room provides a collection of atlases, books, and over 300,000 sheet maps for UT staff and students, as well as the general public.
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