The library is a great place to start getting acquainted with the University of Newcastle. Our libraries have been designed to be spaces for you to explore, learn, research and create.
No matter what you study or at which campus, you have access to more than 1.3 million items, 300,000 plus eBooks and over 80,000 electronic journals. You can also make requests for information via SMS, email or phone, 24 hours a day.
Not only about books, our libraries have great informal work areas where you can meet friends, collaborate, prepare for exams and finish assignments.
You'll still find quiet spaces for study and our library team members can help with referencing, research skills and finding past exams.
Our student hubs are one-stop-shops for getting information about your degree, completing online forms, submitting or collecting assignments, getting a parking permit, logging on at an internet express terminal, or getting together with friends to chill out in the cafe and lounge areas.
These bright, lounge-style learning spaces at the Newcastle City precinct, Newcastle and Central Coast campuses provide you with a 24-hour service.
The spaces have computers, individual work cubicles, printing facilities, lounge areas and cafes, as well as staff on hand to offer you support.