About the Alfred R. Neumann Library
The Resources to Power Your Education
Covering approximately 80,000 square feet, the Neumann Library contains collaborative study areas, laptop-friendly study space, group study rooms, a soundproof quiet study room and 43 fixed computer workstations for student use. It houses more than 510,000 volumes, 315,000 e-books and access to 78,600 periodicals.
Additionally, the library has a diverse collection of international films on DVD, and it subscribes to several educational video databases which offer up to 38,000 streaming videos. A curriculum library for education students contains K-12 textbooks, classic and contemporary children’s literature, both in print and audio.
Neumann Library also includes University Archives, which houses the NASA Johnson Space Center History Collection in addition to the university collections.
Additional Library Services
The TexShare card, available upon request in Neumann Library, allows a UHCL student to go to most academic or public libraries in Texas and check out books. The library’s inter-library loan service will allows students to borrow requested materials from any library in the country through a national inter-library loan network. UHCL students, faculty and staff may also borrow books from UH and UH-Downtown quickly and easily through the shared catalogue.
Visit with librarians in person or contact them by phone at 281-281-3910, text 281-816-4341, email email@example.com or online at www.uhcl.edu/library.