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Waterbury Campus Library


COVID-19 Service Changes

There is no public access to our Waterbury Campus Library other than for the pick up of requested materials and book returns through August. Pickups are Tuesdays and Thursdays between 10am and 2pm by scheduled appointment. The book drop is located outside of the Library to the left of the entrance. You must have a UConn ID to enter the main building. Please refer to the campus reopening document for more information. If you do not have a valid UConn ID, please contact Steve Bustamante for alternative arrangements.

See our COVID-19 page for information on other service changes.

 

Welcome to the Waterbury Campus Library

99 East Main Street
Waterbury, CT 06702

Main Number: (203) 236-9900
Library Director: (203) 236-9908

 

Can’t find what you are looking for? You can start by using our Ask a Librarian tool or by reviewing our eResources guide.

 

 

Waterbury

The Waterbury Campus Library is located within the UConn Waterbury Campus, on the north side of East Main Street and across from the historic Palace Theater. The regional library is dedicated to serving the research needs of the students and faculty of the University of Connecticut. Our computer workstations are networked to the main campus and provide access to more than 200 databases, a growing collection of e-books, thousands of full-text reference sources, journal articles, and streaming videos. We house the Writing Center, offer classroom, research, and video editing support. The library includes several group study rooms, in addition to individual study carrels, and comfortable seating throughout the building.

UConn faculty, staff, and currently enrolled students may place requests for library materials held at the Waterbury Campus Library using Inter library Services. These services are available without charge to UConn faculty, staff, and currently enrolled students. Library support is available from our staff through consultations, instructional sessions, and online chat.

To learn more about our new acquisitions, go to: New Titles Guide

 

 

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