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First Generation Students- A UNLV Libraries Guide

Resources to help first-generation students navigate the UNLV libraries.

What can I currently do in the Library?

Learn more about current services and resources available due to COVID-19.

If you have any questions, contact the Circulation Desk at 702-895-2111.

Our Libraries

This guide provides advice and instructions for using UNLV Libraries online resources and for using Lied Library, UNLV's largest library. Use the tabs on the to navigate through this guide. We also have several smaller, specialized libraries and research centers that are worth checking out:

  • Architecture Studies Library (ASL) -- offers course support to School of Architecture students and includes an exhibition hall.
  • Teacher Development and Resources Library (TDRL) -- collects resources for teacher education, as well as extensive collection of literature for children and young adults.
  • Music Library -- collects research sources, scores, and recordings to support learning about music.
  • School of Medicine Library -- supports all faculty, staff, students, and researchers in UNLV's health sciences programs- Allied Health Sciences, Community Health Sciences, Dental Medicine, Medicine, and Nursing, as

    well as other programs that are in clinical or biomedical areas.


Map: Locate the different University Libraries on campus.


Library Services Chat

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Do you have a research question, but can't stop at the library? Utilize our Ask Us chat! Don't forget you can always text and call us too!

WiFi Information

In order to use UNLV's campus Wi-Fi network, you'll need to set up your account and add your devices. This is the best and easiest way to use Wi-Fi on campus, learn more about it here!

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