Location & Map1506 West Highland Street
Denton, TX 76201
Weekly Building Hours
- Monday - Sunday: 24 hours
Service Desks @ Willis
24 CenterLocation: Willis Library: 1st Floor
Phone: (940) 565-2375
Today's Hours: 24 hours
Welcome to the 24 Hour Student Computing Center @ the Library: a member of the General Access Computer Lab System.
The 24 Center is the only lab that operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week during long semesters.
As part of the UNT General Access Computer Lab, our primary goal is to provide computing services to the UNT community and to facilitate the academic pursuits of UNT students with their computing needs. Our lab follows the guidelines outlined in the UNT General Access Computer Labs' Policies and Procedures.24 Center Desk
The 24 Center Desk, is located directly inside the main entrance to Willis Library. The desk is staffed at all open hours and handles:
- Laptop Checkouts
- Workstation support for General Access Computer Lab Workstations
- Lost & Found
- and other services related to facilities & systems
Willis Library Services DeskLocation: Willis Library: 1st Floor
Phone: (940) 565-2413
Today's Hours: 8:00 am-8:00 pm
The Library Services Desk provides a number of public services for Willis Library:
- Checking out Materials from the General, Government Documents, Juvenile, and CMC Collections.
- Checking out Reserves and placing items on General Reserves (Humanities).
- Reserving graduate reserve carrels.
- Retrieve Interlibrary Loan requests.
- Returning items.
- Paying fines/fees, and clearing blocks.
- Issuance of Courtesy, TexShare, and OCLC cards.
- Locating missing items on the shelves.
- Pickup of materials requested for delivery from other locations.
- Reference assistance.
The StudyLocation: Willis Library: 1st Floor, Room 134
Today's Hours: 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
UNT Libraries have brewed up an eclectic and cozy new place for students, staff and faculty to recharge, relax, and refuel in Willis Library. The Study, which replaces the Cyber Café, is conveniently located in just inside the front doors of Willis. It features a coffee bar, new menu items and ample space for studying or socializing.
In addition to fresh coffee and an array of snacks, creatively sourced décor adds to The Study’s ambiance. Surplus pieces such as traditional light fixtures, vintage typewriters, and even repurposed card catalogs lend a classic library air to the space. Handmade wall hangings using photographs from UNT Libraries’ collections add a whimsical touch.
In an effort to promote sustainability, The Study uses cups made from recycled materials instead of Styrofoam, which was used in the Cyber Café. And, customers who bring their own mugs receive 50 cents off their drink. Buying local is another new effort of The Study, which has partnered with Denton coffee roaster Bookish Coffee to serve their locally roasted and ground beans.
The Study branded merchandise, such as travel mugs and t-shirts, will be available for sale in the cafe. All profits from The Study will go toward funding UNT Libraries services and programs.
Special Collections Service DeskLocation: Willis Library: 4th Floor
Phone: (940) 565-2769
Today's Hours: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Music Library Service DeskLocation: Willis Library: 4th Floor
Phone: (940) 565-2860
Today's Hours: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
The Music Library Service Desk provides the following services:
- Check Out Music Materials
- Music Course Reserves
- Music Reference Services
- Assignment of Graduate Reserve Carrels
- Returning Music Items
- Placing Items on Music Reserves
Note: As of Fall 2012, the Audio Center is closed. All audio materials can be retrieved from this desk.
Microforms Service DeskLocation: Willis Library: Lower Level, Room 025
Today's Hours: closed
Effective May 1, 2014, the Microform Collections Service Desk on the lower level will close. The microform collections will remain open and accessible, and microform readers and scanners will be accessible and relocated to the microform area. Detailed instructions on how to use the readers and scanners will be provided with each machine. Please direct questions regarding the microform collections to the Library Services desk on the first floor.
Get access to millions of documents and publications on microfilm and microfiche. Materials available on microform include historic newspapers, Presidential papers, census records and periodicals on a variety of topics. Microform readers, printers and scanners are available for public use.