About the library
The University of Toronto Mississauga Library is a collaborative academic hub situated in the award winning Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre (Silver LEED certification). Focused on ‘people’ space, the Library provides flexible, innovative services and places for the UTM community to interact with scholarly materials, technology and each other. Set within the beautiful natural landscape of the UTM campus, the library is a veritable “home away from home” for students who spend countless hours engaged in learning activities. The building design is inspired by the metaphor of a Japanese puzzle box, with collections and computers at the centre and generous perimeter spaces that support quiet study and learning.
The UTM Library collection, totaling approximately 400,000 volumes, supports the research needs of UTM students, faculty and community. Along with academic books and journals collected to support the UTM curriculum, the UTM Library contains collections of DVDs, maps and recreational reading materials.
The large and extensive electronic resources collection at the University of Toronto can be accessed at the UTM Library and remotely.
The UTM Archives, including specialized collections of photographs and historical documents, is housed within the Library.
How to access
Books in heavy demand may go on 'for use in library only' loan. Maps and reference material do not circulate.