UW Tacoma Library: COVID-19 Updates and Resources
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This page contains all relevant information related to the UW Tacoma Library's current operations and response to the COVID-19 outbreak including updates to operations and access to services.
Last updated: 4/27/2020, 4:27 PM
Changes to Library Hours and Operations
We will continue to provide remote services. More information about accessing library services from off campus is provided below.
We ask that all patrons that have materials checked out from the library hold on to their materials and not attempt to return them to the book drops located outside the SNO and TLB entrances. Please return your materials when we re-open. During this special situation, the UW Libraries will be extending due dates and/or forgiving fines.
The UW Library is committed to the health and safety of our users and recognizes that current events may impact your ability to return items on time. If you have items checked out, please continue to renew them if possible using the Your Library Account link below. If fines are accrued, please visit the Library appeals form and FAQ.
Get Online Help 24/7
Last minute citation question? Want help with research? Need recommendations on e-resources for your class? Ask us! You can email us, or chat with a librarian 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from the convenience of your home! This service is staffed by UW Librarians but at peak service times or off-hours you may be chatting with a librarian from another academic library.
Additional Updates and Resources from UW
For up-to-date information on UW policies and procedures regarding coronavirus, please check UW Tacoma's Coronavirus Central Information Resource page, UW Novel Coronavirus Information Page, and the UW Libraries COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) Updates and Resources page.