Related Libraries and Facilities

ACES Facilities

ACES Academic Computing Facility

217-333-7255 I Map I Website

Provides College of ACES students with access to up-to-date computer lab equipment and software for course-related and personal use in a supportive lab setting



CAT Media Commons

217-333-7255 I Map I Website

Located in Room 028 of the ACES LIAC, this facility provides a sound dampened studio in which students, faculty, and staff can create and edit multimedia. 



ACES Alumni Office

217-333-7744 I Map I Website



ACES Career Services

Preparing for job interviews

217-333-1999 I Map I Website



Related Libraries

Business Information Services

Business Info Services

217-333-3619 | Website

Subjects covered: accounting, business administration, economics, finance, labor/employment relations



Government Information Services, Access and Collections

Government Information Services Logo

217-244-4621 | Map | Website

Subjects covered: Local, State, National, and International government information



Grainger Engineering Library Information Center

Grainger Library

217-333-3576 | Map | Website

Subjects covered: Engineering, physics, astronomy, geology



Library of the Health Sciences (UIC)

217-333-4893 I Map I Website

Subjects covered: medicine and nursing



Prairie Research Institute Library 

217-333-6892 I Map I Website

Subjects covered: archaeology, geology, natural history, sustainable technology, water and weather 



Ricker Library of Architecture and Art

Ricker Library

217-333-0224 | Map | Website

Subjects covered: history of art, monographs on artists, sculpture, painting, drawing, photography, crafts, museology, art education, graphic design, industrial design, prints and printmaking, architecture, history and theory of design, historic preservation, professional practice and management, structures, and monographs on architects and building types.



Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library (SSHEL)

Entry to SSHEL

217-333-3615 I Map I Website

Subjects covered: anthropology; Asian American studies; children's and young adult literature; economics; education; gender and women's studies; geography and geographic information science; health; kinesiology; labor and employment relations; LGBT studies; library and information science; political science; psychology; recreation, sport, and tourism; social work; sociology; speech and hearing science



University Archives

Photograph of University Hall in 1915

217-333-0798 | Map | Website

Subjects covered: agriculture, biology, campus maps and planning, city planning and landscape architecture, environmental science, food and human nutrition, housing and urban development, natural resources, soil science, and many more.




Veterinary Medicine Library