The University Libraries cordially welcome outside visitors and researchers. It is our policy to serve anyone who walks in any of our campus libraries as best we can within the constraints of available resources.
Within any of the campus libraries, outside visitors may freely use most library resources — including selected electronic resources accessible through the public computers. While students have first priority on library computers, guest access is available. Hours of service vary by department and branch library. To be sure that the services you need are open during your planned visit, please check Library Hours. Information and hours for Special Collections are also available.
Visitors are welcome to seek information and help in advance at the Reference Desk or at any service desk for answers to research questions. You may call the Reference Desk at the following toll-free number for any library-related question: 866-818-8115 or Ask a Librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Events and Exhibits
Throughout the year, the Libraries host a number of special events and exhibits to which the public are welcome.
Groups planning a visit to Mullins Library for an instruction session tailored to a specific assignment should read the Guidelines for Visits by Non-University Groups.
Parking and Transportation
Visitors may use pay parking in campus garages. The two most convenient parking garages are Garland Center and Stadium Drive (maps below). Both have options to pay for parking in numbered spots at the cost of $1.65 an hour. Payment stations accept major credit cards.
Visitors may also purchase a visitor's parking permit and obtain a map of the campus at the Parking Office in the Transit and Parking Department, located at 155 Razorback Road.
The Razorback Transit Service is open to the general public. Most Razorback routes stop at the Union Station directly west of Mullins Library.
Garland Avenue Garage
Stadium Drive Garage