The Concordia University Texas Library is located in Building F.
Please check the About the Library page for current hours; hours may change due to holidays, intersession periods, and other events.
The library has several study rooms on the upper and lower levels. These are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please help us keep the study rooms tidy by removing your trash and turning off the lights when you leave.
The main collection (or the stacks), over-sized collection, reference collection, juvenile collection, and curriculum collection are located on the lower level of the library. Reference materials are not able to be checked out, but may be used in the library. They are arranged by Library of Congress (LC) call number.
A small set of reference books and the popular reading collection are located on the upper level of the library behind the information desk. They are also arranged by LC call number.
The popular periodicals are located on the upper level of the library, across from the reference desk. The popular scholarly journals are located on the lower level, across from the mobile shelving. All back issues are located on the mobile shelving. Magazines and journals are for library use only. A list of magazines and journals available in the library can be found here.
The checkout periods are:
Books can be renewed either online or by coming to the information desk. Books can be renewed once after the initial checkout period. Overdue items can be renewed only after the fine has been paid.
Standard checkout items: 25 cents per day, per title
Reserve items: 50 cents per hour, per title
Lost items: Replacement cost + any accrued overdue fines + $10 processing fee
Fines can be paid by either cash or check at the information desk. Borrowing privileges will be suspended while while you have outstanding overdue materials and unpaid fines. After a few weeks, fines will be transferred to your university account and will be payable to the accounting department.
The Helpdesk provides a computer lab in the library. Printouts are free and can be retrieved at the printer/copier in the computer lab. Only black and white printing is available. Scanning servcies in color are also available. The computer lab hours are the same as the library hours.
A librarian or student worker can assist you with making copies or scanning documents to your email. Faxing is not available at this time.
No food is allowed in the computer lab. Only drinks with screw-on lids are allowed in the computer lab.
Yes. Library databases are accessible off campus with the use of your CTX login and password (the same login for Concordia email and on-campus computers) at our Remote Login Prompt.
There is an Audio/Visual room on the lower level (F-112), near the popular scholarly journals, with a television, a DVD/VCR, and a record player. There are also headphones and portable stereos available for checkout at the Information Desk.
Please submit the request at least one week in advance to give us adequate time to prepare for the class. You may bring or send the form and your syllabus to the library.
By using the Course Reserve Form (PDF). Please print and fill out the form and bring it and your reserve materials to the information desk at the library. Reserve items can either be the instructor's personal materials or materials from the library collection.
The library can obtain books and periodical articles from other libraries using Inter-library Loan (ILL). Please come by the library to fill out a form, or contact Mikail McIntosh-Doty for more details.
If you would like to visit another library and check out their print materials, you can get a TexShare Card from our library. Please fill out the TexShare form (PDF) and bring it and your Concordia ID to the Library Information Desk. You may also scan and email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org. For additional information about the TexShare program, including participating libraries, visit the TexShare homepage.
Please contact the Library at (512) 313-5050 or at email@example.com