Library hours vary by the academic schedule. Special libraries may maintain a different schedule from the main library.
Off Campus Access
As you use the UConn Library's resources from off campus you may be prompted for your NetID and password If you do not know your NetID or password, go to netid.uconn.ed
Requesting Materials from UConn and Outside the Library System
If the UConn Libraries does not have what you need, check out these other great catalogs and request your item from Interlibrary Loan (DD/ILL). Your NetID is required for login.
Logging in with your NetID allows you to place books and journal article requests. A confirmation of each request submitted is sent to your Official UConn email address. Please keep copies of your requests. Each request contains a unique order number used for contact purposes. If you have questions contact DD/ILL at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Library replaced the old Homer catalog with a new Gerneral Search catolog, available under "Find" at the Libraries' home page. We have a guide available for how to search in this new catalog.
Pivot is the most comprehensive search engine for grant funding available on the web. It has funding opportunities and networking sections. Classes are available periodically in library or from your liaison, Carolyn Mills.
RefWorks workshops are available to any UConn faculty, staff or student. Find scheduled workshops here.
Color scanning and poster printing are available at the UConn Library! Information about both is availale at Husky Print.
Info for faculty: information about the Library's Reserves system is available in this guide. The actual reserves system is available here. Faculty will now fill out the reserve request form from within the Husky CT course site.
MCB and PNB Contact Librarian
The UConn Libraries currently do not have a subject librarian for Molecular & Cell Biology or for Physiology and Neurobiology. Biology and Agriculture Librarian Carolyn Mills is serving as a contact for these departments for collection development and for general information purposes.
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