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New Service: Curbside Delivery

New Service

Curbside Delivery for the Music Library General Collection is available Monday – Friday, 8am-5pm, by appointment.

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Patrons may email the music library ( or call the front desk of the music library (713-743-3197) to request items, and schedule a contactless delivery of requested items in front of the Winged Woman Walking X sculpture at the entrance of the Moores Opera House.

At the time of your request, please provide your Peoplesoft number along with as much information about the items as possible (E.G. Call Number and Title). Click here to browse the Music Library catalog.

University Archives: UH Students Respond to COVID-19


Call for Submissions

University of Houston Libraries Special Collections seeks stories and perspectives from UH students pertaining to the coronavirus outbreak.

It is important that the experiences of UH students during this challenging time are recorded and preserved in the University Archives. UH students are encouraged to share their stories and creative works — such as performing and visual arts, drawings, songs, monologues–of this unique moment in history for preservation and accessibility.

For more information and to submit stories, visit UH Students! Share Your Experience of the Coronavirus Outbreak.

University of Houston Libraries Statement in Support of Protests and Anti-Racist Practices


University of Houston Libraries stands in opposition to the racism and systemic injustices that shape the lives of Black people in the United States. Black lives matter. We grieve the death of George Floyd, who belonged to the Third Ward and Screwed Up Click communities that we have been honored to work with in building the UH Houston Hip Hop Research Collection. We grieve for Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and so many others lost to racist and police-inflicted violence. We share in the sorrow and anger of our community and stand in solidarity with protests against police brutality. This statement affirms our commitment to equity, inclusion, diversity, and anti-racist practices and our pledge to use our skills and resources to advance the sharing and production of knowledge for racial justice.