The "Norberto Corella Gil Samaniego Library," the “Luis Fimbres Moreno Library,” and the “Community Library” offer different recommendations taking into account the needs of each user. All of them are designed with the purpose of enriching you experience on each one of the Information Centers.
The three libraries that the CETYS University System has are available to you. We invite you to use all the services.
You can use wireless cards to connect your laptop to Internet everywhere on the three campi.
Find out about the new acquisitions; there is a library bulletin copy available on the Circulating and Reference area furniture; maybe you will find a publication that you like.
Know your rights and obligations as user of the library. Access the rules and regulations here (in Spanish).
Organize a group visit to the library; there is a minimum of one day reservation in advance, and you as faculty will supervise the group from the time it starts until it is finished.
If you are new and your group as well, request an induction of the library to the Circulating Department where they will provide you with available dates.
If you wish to suggest the acquisition of books, you should fill an on-line form here or go to the Circulating Department so you can fill out the form. In addition, you will have to attach a copy of the course bibliography that will be reinforced with such material.
You as faculty can leave books on reserve on the Circulating area so your students can consult them inside the facilities. For this service, you must fill a form and submit the material.
You can keep using the library services. You only have to come to the Alumni Department to get you ID card.
If you wish, you can request books and DVD loans to your address.
The study cubicles are available for you. Make a reservation with your ID card in the Circulating counter area.
Members of the Community:
We put within your reach different materials in bibliographical, multimedia, electronic, and virtual formats that complement the printed resources with the purpose of stimulating and fostering universal culture as well as the reading habit.