The Library of St. Pölten UAS is a public academic library open to everyone.
Searching with our Primo discovery system
You can search the library's holdings and renew or reserve media by logging into your library account in our discovery system.
Note: If you are looking for electronic media, like eBooks, eJournals or online courses, please also have a look at our Databases A-Z list.
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The Library Traffic Light System
Depending on the UAS Traffic Light System's color different rules and precautionary measures are in force. Its current color as well as additional information can be found here.
Green or Yellow
COVID-19 and the Library – FAQ
Can I use the library onsite?
How can I check out or return books?
Where do I find eBooks and eJournals?
How can I contact you if I have further questions?
Phaidra institutional archive
The Phaidra institutional repository contains research material published by the university, ranging from student theses to peer-reviewed publications and accompanying research data.
Access our institutional archive Phaidra.
Books or journal articles that are not available from our collection can be requested from other libraries (at EUR 2.00 per request). You can submit interlibrary loan requests to email@example.com
With a current stock of over 45,000 items, the St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences library offers specialised resources in the fields of media studies, digital media technology, social work, health care, physiotherapy, economics and business studies, computer science and security, as well as rail technology.
The library is equipped with a book scanner (which can be used free of charge) and a colour copier. Additionally, there are 14 study spaces, a self-checkout machine and a comfortable seating area for group work.
The library is also open to the general public. External users can borrow items if they have a library card, which can be obtained for EUR 5.00 from the library helpdesk. To register, external users need to provide proof of identity.
We have asked the head of our library what he is particularly looking forward to when it comes to the new campus