This form is for all University at Buffalo faculty and teaching assistants to inform University librarians of current research assignments which require library use.
Use this form to notify the Catalog Department of recommended corrections or modifications to the Catalog.
We encourage you to send us your comments and concerns regarding the University at Buffalo Libraries web site or resources.
You are an instructor and want to put books, articles & other materials on reserve for your students.
You are registered with the UB Office of Disability Services and need article photocopying or book retrieval.
Please complete the form below to report any technical difficulties that you experience when accessing electronic journals.
You want to recommend that the UB Libraries purchase an electronic journal.
To request items noted in the Catalog as "In Storage," "Storage Item Ask at HSL Circulation Desk," "Arch/Plan Storage," or "In Storage Ask at Music Library".
You are an instructor and want to request a library instruction session for a graduate classes in all relevant academic areas.
You are an instructor and want to request a library instruction session for an undergraduate classes in all relevant academic areas.
You are a high school teacher or librarian and want to request a library instruction session.
To request a course-related instruction session.
To report any technical difficulties that you experience when accessing library online resources.
You want to recommend that the UB Libraries purchase a book or other material.
You are a member of the UB community (or have a special interest in our collections) and want to ask a question.
You are a member of the UB community and want to ask a make a research consultation appointment.
To request access to items in Special Collections, (Poetry, Archives, or Rare Books).
You are faculty, professional staff, Ph.D. candidates and graduate students from the College of Arts & Sciences, Graduate School of Education, and the Schools of Architecture and Planning, Management or Social Work and would like to apply for a study carrel in the Lockwood library.
Request projects to be included in the University at Buffalo Institutional Repository.