Who Can Use UTSA Libraries Resources

Faculty, Researchers and Staff members

Access to physical and electronic library resources is dependent upon the individual having an active position that has been entered into the UTSA Human Resources employee system (an appointment). UTSA Libraries do not have the authority to grant access to those without an appointment.

Students

Currently enrolled students have access to physical and electronic library resources. Non-enrolled students, including master's and PhD students, do not have borrowing privileges or off-campus access to electronic resources.

Non-enrolled students who are working to finish a grade of IN (incomplete)* can request borrowing privileges and access to library electronic resources by contacting us.

*View the definition of an incomplete in the Information Bulletin Academic Regulations.

Between semesters, student access to resources is dependent on enrollment status. See below for details.

Winter Intersession

Enrollment Status

Access Granted (y/n)

Students who are/were enrolled for Fall and have enrolled for Spring

Yes

Students who are/were enrolled for Fall but have not yet enrolled for Spring

No

Students beginning classes for the first time in Spring

No

Summer Semesters and Summer Intersessions

Enrollment Status

Access Granted (y/n)

Students taking Summer classes (any semester)

Yes

Students who are/were enrolled for Spring and have enrolled for Fall

Yes

Students who are/were enrolled for Spring but have not yet enrolled for Summer
or Fall

No

Students beginning classes for the first time in Fall

No