University of Houston Libraries serves the UH community by enhancing student learning, participating in the development of scholarly research and creative output, and promoting discovery of information and knowledge from diverse and relevant resources.
The system comprises MD Anderson Library, William R. Jenkins Architecture, Design, and Art Library, Health Sciences Library, Medical Library, and Music Library. Special Collections, located within MD Anderson Library, is home to primary source materials of intellectual, cultural, and societal distinction, both historic and contemporary, which are preserved and made available to the UH community and the public for research and scholarship. Digital Collections make curated selections from these areas available online in digitized formats.
Students and the UH community have access to the many online resources and tools provided by UH Libraries with their CougarNet credentials, including journal articles, streaming media, and ebooks.
UH Libraries welcomes thousands of users every month who visit our spaces to create, discover, and learn. A variety of collaborative and individual study areas are available. For users with research and learning inquiries, librarians are available to provide expert support.