Information about services for people with disabilities
Information on accessing Electronic Resources from outside the library.
Information on number of AV items you are allowed to borrow.
Get help and answers by phone, email, or in person.
Hardware/software available in the library.
How to access licensed library resources from outside the library.
Copy machines and printing options in the libraries.
Copyright and fair use information for faculty, students, and community users.
Information about print and electronic reserves for faculty and students.
Information for UHM students on neighbor islands and elsewhere.
The library offers a variety of instructional services to UH students, faculty, and staff.
Information on library fines
Information for patrons who are not receiving their library notices with the changeover to Google@UH email.
The University of Hawai'i at Manoa Library welcomes suggestions from registered UH Manoa Library users for the addition of materials which support teaching, study, and research at the University. Suggestions are reviewed by collection development librarians.
Most books and some other kinds of library materials may be renewed, as long as no other borrower has requested them.
PhD students working on their dissertations, affiliated researchers and others such as visiting scholars may reserve research carrels. Carrels are given out on a first come, first served basis, provided eligibility requirements are met.
Where to return library materials.
Special Collections has its own reference service, circulation service and hours. Many services vary from the general Library procedures.
Hamilton Library has group study rooms that are available for use by University of Hawaii at Manoa campus students, faculty, and staff on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Libraries of University of Hawai'i at Manoa welcome visitors who are not affiliated with the University of Hawai'i. We are proud to be able to provide the Hawai'i community with access to this major academic research library. In addition, for a reasonable fee, community members also may enjoy borrowing privileges.
University of Hawaii faculty, staff, researchers and students who bring their own laptops equipped with wireless cards may access the campus network from many locations in Hamilton and Sinclair Libraries.
Each person eligible to use the library's services has an account which is used to change passwords, renew books, request books, and perform other activities.