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Library 24/5 Schedule Back for Fall!

University Libraries activities are in full swing with the start of the semester! The first week of classes, Sunday through Friday, including the wee hours the first floor is open, Carlson welcomed 18,402 students. That’s an average of 3,067 students per day and does not even count everybody using the library remotely from home! Now students are coming in to find course reserves and textbooks, to study, to use computers, and for tutoring. We’re looking forward to helping even more students as they start research for their classes.

Carlson Library is back to its Fall Semester 24/5 schedule, with the Information Commons opening Sunday at 9:00 am and not closing until 6:00 pm on Friday. If you’re visiting after midnight just remember to bring your Rocket Card to swipe in!

Information Commons (1st Floor):
Sunday 9:00 am – Friday 6:00 pm (open continuously)
Saturday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
(valid UT ID access after 12:00 midnight)

Upper Floors (2-5):
Monday-Thursday 7:30 Am – 12:00 midnight
Friday 7:30 Am – 6:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 Am – 6:00 pm
Sunday 9:00 Am – 12:00 midnight

A full list of hours for individual services, as well as holiday exceptions for Fall semester are listed on the University Libraries’ hours page at

Need help? Don’t hesitate to ask librarian!


is UT’s Business and Economics Librarian. She passionately believes in connecting students to information. In the library this often means finding and evaluating books and articles as important steps in the decision making process, but it really includes so much more.
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