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The Preservation staff performs preservation work on our collection materials, but we do not generally repair items from the general public. If you would like to contact us, we will be happy to offer you some suggestions or refer you to a list of professional conservators in the area.

The Preservation Department can bind materials that do not belong to UNT, visit the Binding and Repair page for prices and services of repairing personal items. However, we do limit the number of outside materials we will work on each month. Please visit the Preservation Department website for more information about prices and scheduling an appointment.

Yes. The Preservation Unit now offers treatment services to the community for a fee. Please contact Jessica Phillips for more information or to set up an appointment.

The Media Library sponsors several free film series. To find out about upcoming screenings and events, check our website or our Facebook.

For a complete list of our screenings and events, check our Media Library News & Events page.

Which password are you thinking of?

UNT Password: Go to and reset your password. It normally takes 5-15 minutes for the new password to take effect. You can log in as a guest at the Libraries' computers to reset your password.

Your Catalog Password: Well, for UNT students, faculty, and staff, this is the same as above.  Visitors will need to contact the Library Services Desk

Interlibrary Loan/Illiad: Go here.

Please contact the Head of the Preservation Department. The Preservation Department staff respectfully requests no unannounced, drop-in visits.

We are currently working on adding several microforms items to the collection. If you unable to locate an item or have questions please contact Access Services Department, Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm.

Microforms are materials that contain microreproductions of documents that are commonly reduced to 1/25th of the original document size. This allows a vast amount of information to be stored in a small space. They come in several formats; microfilm which is film printed on a reel, microfiche which is film printed on flat sheets, and microcard which is printed on paper similar to an index card.

The Science and Technology Library's name was changed to Eagle Commons Library and is located in the same building as always. The building was formerly called the Information Science Building, but is now Sycamore Hall.

In Willis Library, lost and found is located at the 1st floor 24 Center Desk.