Textbook Donations - Upate: The Service Desk is not currently a collection point for the UISG textbook donation initiative. Questions about how/where textbooks may be donated should be directed to UISG, 319-335-3860 or email@example.com. If/when we have updated information it will be shared. If a textbook is left anyway, please give to H who will forward to Mahrya.
You may have seen this or heard about UISG’s initiative of having students donating their textbooks to the library. If you have any questions, please refer to Mahrya Carncross for questions and any textbooks donations.
The Business Library is currently being renovated; however, a single group study room is available! Check out the website here: http://uiowa.libcal.com/booking/bizrooms
Printing & ITS Support
Calendars & Schedules
The Office of Student Life provides assistance to students experiencing crisis and emergency situations, including personal struggles, medical or illness concerns, family emergencies, natural disasters, and other incidents that may impact a student's ability to fully participate academically and socially on campus. A Quick Guide is available for reference.
What is UI Archives Space?
Special Collections, University Archives, and Iowa Women's Archives house the UI's rare and primary source materials covering a broad range of topics, formats, and periods. Collection guides, also called finding aids, provide detailed descriptions of the items in a collection, as well as background on the person or organization who created the collection. Digitized versions of selected materials are available for online viewing.
The program Firestorm is temporarily loaded onto the PC in the Main Library for a Ethics in Healthcare class that needs it. It may not appear in the list of programs and needs to be searched for.
For users who are asking about paying for metered parking please see the link "Mobile Parking Payment" under "Quick Links"
How long are ILL materials are on hold? It is not the same as how long UI Libraries’ items are on hold.
One copy of the printed Emergency Procedures (Red Binder) are available for the Main Library & Learning Commons, located on the east shelves behind the Service Desk.
Both the emergency and disruptive user documents are the primary resource for resolving issues. This form is intended to support current documentation, while providing a method of recording incidents quickly and easily.
Unclaimed material found in the Main Library are kept temporarily at the Service Desk. If not immediately claimed, items are sent to the University Lost and Found office. If an item appears to match with an item on the list, we suggest users contact the Lost and Found Office prior to showing up and claiming lost items. Please provide users with the appropriate contact information of the Lost and Found Office so they can determine ownership and availability of office hours.
This is a current List of ID Cards Found at the Main Library. ID cards will be sent to Iowa One Card Center at 3 Jessup Hall approximately 48 hours after being turned in. For more information about lost or stolen Iowa One Cards, please contact the IOCC at 319-335-2716 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
List of ID Cards Sent to Jesup Hall