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Library Service Impacts
Updated May 9, 2022 Library Hours
Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm (excluding holidays)
Library Access, Service, & Policy Changes
Wearing a face covering is recommended. A face covering is still required in the Writing Center and LRC.
Capacity is limited. Reserving a seat at a computer or study table in advance is recommended.
Contact the Circulation Department for general questions and assistance with course reserves, borrowing library materials, and your library account:
Consult with a librarian for assistance with research:
Research assistance, in person or by phone, e-mail, or online chat. (Rev. Aug. 24, 2021)
Request for scans of
Reserve Collection materials. Submit your scanning request here. (Rev. Sept. 7, 2021) Request books and videos from our collection, or from another UH campus library. Submit requests through the
Primo online library catalog, or request by phone, e-mail, online chat, or in person. Make an appointment to pick up your item. (Rev. Sept. 26, 2020) Use of a seat and table or a study pod for up to 4 hours, by appointment. Some tables can accommodate two or four people.
Make an appointment for a study table or pod. (Rev. May 9, 2022) Use of a desktop computer for up to 4 hours, by appointment.
Make an appointment for a computer. (Rev. July 3, 2021) Self-service
printing and photocopying. Pay for library fines and fees. Note – we encourage paying by credit card by calling the UH-Mānoa Hamilton Library Business Office at
(808) 956-7203 Borrowing laptops for a few hours or for the semester.
Request a laptop here. Unavailable Services
Use of the group study rooms.
Access to the upper level.
The KiMOBEAN coffee shop is closed indefinitely.
No groups larger than four people.
COVID-19 Information and Announcement Pages
The library has a wealth of online articles, e-books, and streaming videos in its research databases. See this guide to
linking to these resources in e-mails, Laulima course pages, and other online reading lists. The system we use to allow our patrons to access these resources while off-campus requires special steps to be taken when linking to them.