Ipswich-based UQ Students
The University of Queensland (UQ) and the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) have made arrangements for the future of the Ipswich Campus and the transfer to USQ occurred on 7 January 2015.
UQ will continue to have access to the Campus during a two-year teach-out period in 2015 and 2016 to enable most students currently enrolled in Ipswich-based programs to complete their study with UQ at the Ipswich Campus. All UQ students involved in the teach-out period will have access to the USQ Ipswich Library.
The Library is located in Building H and entry is from Level 2.
Semester opening hours are:
|Monday to Thursday||8:00am to 7:00pm|
|Friday||8:00am to 5:00pm|
|Sunday||1:00pm to 5:00pm|
Outside semester hours
Monday - Friday: 8am to 5pm Saturday - Sunday: Closed
Contact UQ Librarians
There are two collections available to UQ students in the USQ Library.
|UQ Core Collection||These are available to UQ students only and can be borrowed using a guest USQ ID card. All UQ students studying at the Ipswich Campus during the teach-out period will be elligible for a guest USQ ID card.|
|UQ / USQ Collection||These are available to both UQ and USQ students and can also be borrowed by UQ students using a guest USQ ID card.|
Important note: Both the UQ Core Collection and the UQ / USQ Collection are not available to UQ students studying at other UQ locations.
Access to other UQ Collections
UQ students studying at Ipswich during the teach-out period will have access to all collections from other UQ Libraries by placing a hold on an item. Holds can be requested by selecting the Place a Hold option once the item has been identified in UQ Library Search - see the Search Help page for more information on using UQ Library Search. Requested items will be delivered to the USQ Library for pick-up.
Books and other materials can be returned through the chutes inside Building H on Level 2, next to the Student Centre desk. There is an after-hours return chute at the entrance to Building H which is accessible when the building is closed.