The Library at UT Arlington provides current and scholarly resources for over 30,000 students, faculty, and staff. The Library collections support research efforts, encourage education and entertainment, and foster life-long learning.
About the Collections
Access online resources including journals, newspapers, data, and multimedia.
- Digital Collections and Exhibits
View scanned photographs, maps, listen to oral histories, and experience unique historical artifacts in our digital exhibits and collections.
- Government Documents
Research Federal Depository Library program publications including: US Census and demographic information, statistical data, and documents pertaining to politics, law, environment, business, and history.
- Maps and Atlases
Find maps primarily from US government agencies, or browse the collection of atlases.
- Microform Collections
View government documents, historical periodicals, and Special Collections materials.
- Multicultural Collection
Discover materials on the four major ethnic minorities found in the Southwest United States: African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans.
- Popular Reading Collection
Check out recently published bestsellers in fiction and non-fiction books.
- Reading Resources Collection
Browse resources for the College of Education, young adult and children's literature, as well as K-12 textbooks approved for Texas schools
Find open access journals, working papers, and other creative works produced at UT Arlington and archived in the campus institutional repository.
- Special Collections
Research the history of Texas, Mexico, the U.S. War with Mexico, and the greater Southwest.