Exploring UTM's Library

The UTM library offers great resources to students that some may not even realize is available. It is a great place to study by yourself or with friends, check out library books, or to find assistance with research.

The library has computer spaces available for students to use to work. You can work on assignments, take notes you may have missed, or use them to supplement your studies. You are able to print, scan or photocopy items at the library and if you want to know what the fees are, you can ask at the front desk or find that information here: http://library.utm.utoronto.ca/services/printing

The UTM library is a great place for studying especially since there are certain areas designated as quiet spaces. However, there are some who prefer to study in groups or with a friend. If it’s just you and one other friend, the 1st floor is probably the best place to be because you most likely won’t be a distraction to others who want to study in silence. If you have a group of four or more and you would like to study together, then there are study rooms that you can book to study with your friends. To find more information about booking study rooms, that is available here: http://library.utm.utoronto.ca/services/studyroom

The UTM library website is also a great resource to find most, if not all of the information you need to know about the library. If you have any specific issue or question, that can most likely be answered at the front desk in the library. On the website, you can find past exams and these are helpful to know what to expect on the exams for your courses. There is also a search option to find out what books are available at the library, if there is a specific item you are looking for. Another thing you can do online is pay any fines you may have for overdue books as well as renewing books that you may want to keep for a longer period then expected.

Overall, the UTM library has great resources available for students and if you want to find out more about their resources, you can check out their website here: http://library.utm.utoronto.ca/