Your Husky One Card is your UConn student ID. In the Library, use it for:
*checking out library materials
*picking up course reserves and interlibrary loan materials
*printing and making photocopies
Add money to your One Card in person or online.
Your NetID identifies you as a UConn student and authorizes you to access university restricted resources, including your library account, Interlibrary Services, and HuskyCT.
Your NetID will also provide access to our restricted resources (article databases, eBooks, eJournals) when you are off campus.To find your NetID, reset, or change your password, go to: netid.uconn.edu. If your encounter problems, please contact the UITS Help Center at (860)486-4357.
| Research Quickstart
Provides fast answers to common questions on the research process and using the library.
|Conducting a Simple Search
Check out this short video on searching databases.
Provides more in-depth instruction for developing research skills – from developing a research question, to understanding how information is created and used, to finding and evaluating resources critically and responsibly.
Library resources & research tips tailored to your subject
Citation guides, citation management, and more
breaks down research and writing projects into manageable steps based on your due dates
Your Husky One Card is your library card and is required to check out materials. Undergrads can have 150 items checked out at one time, and have a 30 day loan period renewable twice unless requested by another borrower. (Honors Undergraduates: 180 day loan period renewable 5 times unless requested by another borrower. 300 items.)
Our libraries have a variety of equipment (including laptops, cameras, and more) that can be loaned out using your One Card.
Storrs Campus | Avery Point Campus |Hartford Campus | Stamford Campus | Waterbury Campus
View & renew items checked out from the UConn Library by signing in to your UConn Library Account
View & renew Interlibrary Loan (ILLiad) items by logging in to your MyILLiad account
Request items – articles, books, book chapters, DVDs, etc. – from UConn’s collection and other libraries and institutions when not available in UConn’s collection.
Use Scan on Demand to request electronic delivery of chapters and articles from print resources owned by the UConn Library.
Each campus library has a variety of spaces for study – quiet to collaborative, individual and group.
Babbidge Library Study Spaces – an overview of study spaces in the library, including reservable group study rooms
Regional Campus Library Spaces – Avery Point Hartford Stamford Waterbury
Printing & Scanning
Use Husky Bucks on your Husky One Card to print in the library. Black & white and color printers are available in the libraries and across campus. https://confluence.uconn.edu/ikb/on-campus-printing
Scanners are available in every campus Library. Scanners can be used to send files directly to email or a USB and are free to use.
Services for Students with Disabilities
Services and information for persons with disabilities for Storrs campus (including parking, building access, equipment, and scanning services).
For other UConn locations, please consult the appropriate Library.
Have a question? Need research help? Chat, email, or call
Library contacts for specific subjects
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The Writing Center can help with every stage of any writing project. Campus locations and information
Q Center offers drop-in tutoring focusing on lower-division Q courses in Chemistry, Math, Physics, and Statistics. Campus locations and information
ITS Technology Support Center
ITS Help Center provides free technology support for students, including networking, software, accounts, and HuskyCT help.