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The Archives and Rare Books department employs students in paid and unpaid positions. Open student positions are listed on the UNT student job website, linked here. If you are interested in doing your internship or practicum in Archives and Rare Books contact please contact us directly.

Yes, There are microform readers and a scanner located on the Lower Level of Willis Library and the main floor of Eagle Commons Library. Patrons can scan, save, and print pages from microfilm, microfiche, and microcard.

The Microforms collection and equipment are available when the Libraries are open. Staff assistance is available Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm. 

The 24 Common does offer color printing. Currently enrolled UNT students are subject to the Student Computer Labs fees for color. To check if other lab offer color printing and the current print rate for color printing in SCL’s across campus click the individual lab links on the SCL website.

Sure! You may use a digital camera to create images for personal research use. If you want to use images beyond personal use you will need to fill out the Permission for Use form.

If you are a student, you can do a limited amount of printing at the Willis 24 Center or one of the Computer Labs in close proximity to a library location.

If you are not a student, the libraries have both pay-for-print solutions, and scanners available in select locations.

The fees you pay at the beginning of each semester establish a printing allotment for use in the Student Computer Labs (SCLs) which includes the 24 Commons. Additional funds can be added to your account by going to

Yes, there is a digital scanner available for visitors to use at no charge. It will scan all formats including microfilm, microfiche, and microcards. It is available when the Libraries are open. It is recommended that you bring a flash drive to save your scans. Materials may be saved in many formats, including PDF, TIFF, JPEG, etc.

The Libraries have several scanners available.  See: Photocopies, Scanning, Printing

There is one copy machine in the Discovery Park Library. It is located by the service desk and requires your euid and password to log in.