Welcome to the UTEP Library. The Library sits on a hill within sight of the Mexican border. Built in 1984, the six-story University Library embodies the Bhutanese style on a grand scale. It has been designed to provide University and community users with the state-of-the-art facility for study and research. The building houses over one million books, 200,000 government documents, and more than one million microforms. In addition to seating for 2,300 people, a wide variety of reference assistance is available. The Library and its staff support the University’s mission of education, research, scholarship, and community service. Jazzman's Cafe in the atrium enable patrons to purchase refreshments of their choice. For more information visit the library's homepage. We welcome your comments and suggestions.
Ask at the Reference Desk for help finding information on the Sculpture
in front of the library, the Tapestry
and the Altar
in the atrium, and the World's Largest Book