Dorothy Hill Engineering and Sciences Library

Physical collections are closed until further notice

From 26 March, our physical collections are closed until further notice for the health and safety of our clients. See temporary changes to library hours and services for more information.

This library has student study spaces and engineering and sciences learning resources in the High-Use collection. The general Engineering and Sciences Collection has moved and is located in Central Library. 

This Library is named after Emeritus Professor Dorothy Hill (1907-1997).

Hours

  • Community members and visitors have access to the Dorothy Hill Engineering and Sciences Library from 7am-10pm Monday to Friday and 12pm-5pm on Sunday. 
  • A UQ ID card is required after hours to use 24/7 spaces.

Contact

Find your librarian

Postal address

The Dorothy Hill Engineering and Sciences Library
University of Queensland
St Lucia QLD 4072

Dorothy Hill Engineering and Sciences Library.

Facilities

  • 401 total seats
  • 114 computers

Rooms you can book

Book a room: 9 group meeting rooms

Return your loans

Return your loans on the Automatic Return Shelf in the High-Use and Requested Items section on level 2.

Floor plans and accessible facilities

Level two

  • Main entry
  • AskUs service point
  • Collections:
    • High-Use
    • Requested items
  • Self-service machine (loans)
  • Automatic return shelf
  • Print, scan and copy
  • Recharge station
  • Group study areas
  • Computers
  • Meeting rooms L204A, L215
  • Consultation room L204B
  • Height-adjustable desks
  • Kitchenette (including microwave and fridge)
  • Toilets

Level 2 Floor plan, Dorothy Hill Engineering and Sciences Library

Level three

  • 250 powered study spots with individual and group options
  • Group meeting rooms L303D - L303F,  L304 - L307
  • Computers
  • Print, scan and copy
  • Drinking fountain
  • Toilets

Level 3 floor plan, Dorothy Hill Engineering and Sciences Library

About Dorothy Hill

This Library is named in honour of Dorothy Hill (1907-1997), a pioneer for women and one of The University of Queensland’s most distinguished scientists. Learn more about her life and legacy.