The University Libraries provide key services and resources that fuel the success of research and innovation at Texas State University. University Libraries comprise three facilities and two prestigious collections that are continually evolving to meet the needs of the growing university and an ever-changing, technology-driven world.
The Albert B. Alkek Library offers library patrons the opportunity to explore, create and discover in an expansive, seven-story building at the heart of the San Marcos campus that is packed with resources, technology and spaces for silent, quiet or collaborative research and study. Library staffers organize many workshops and activities throughout the year that support academic and research literacy and insight, offer opportunities for hands-on innovation and creation, and provide social and stress-relieving interplay. The Alkek is continuously evolving to add new features and technology that serve the campus and community and will be undergoing a year and a half renovation starting in the fall of 2018. The Alkek Library website provides convenient 24/7 access to information about library services and resources.
The Round Rock Campus Library (RRC Library) supports the research and information needs of faculty and students at the growing Round Rock campus. Subject Librarians and library assistants are on site to help guide research and support students and faculty in Round Rock. Materials from the Alkek Library can be delivered so that the RRC campus benefits from all the resources of a large university library in the intimate and comfortable environment of the RRC Library. The library is located in room 255 of the Avery Building and makes resources, computers and printers available to the campus community. For more information including hours and other services, visit the RRC Library website or call the library at 512.716.4700.