Library - “Stelios Ioannou” Learning Resource Center

In December 2018 the Library relocated to its new premises, the Learning Resource Centre – "Stelios Ioannou" Library in the University Campus, where it gathered all its material and services from five distinct locations. The Learning Resource Centre – "Stelios Ioannou" Library was named in memory of the husband of late Ellie Ioannou who made the donation and was designed by internationally acclaimed French architect Jean Nouvel. The building houses all Library functions, services and collections, which spread to five levels combining stacks, reading rooms, work stations, study areas, a 24-hour reading area, as well as a children's library in a dedicated, specially designed area. The building has 950 seats for studying in all levels, including 31 four-seat and six-seat group study rooms.

The 24-hour reading room is located on the ground floor and is open 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

The only Library brunch that remains is the non-lending collection of the Archaeological Research Unit located at 12 Gladstonos Street, Nicosia.

The Library has information sources in both print or other physical form (e.g. audiovisual material) and electronic form. Access to online resources is provided through paid subscriptions, either through the Library's participation the Cypriot Libraries Consortium or through individual purchases. The Library also provides access information sources that are available for free on the World Wide Web. All Library material is searchable through its catalogues that are accessible from its website (http://library.ucy.ac.cy/), while access to online content (e-books, e-journals, databases, etc.) is given to users connected to the University network.

Print books, organized according to the Library of Congress classification system, that uses letters to indicate the broad subject area and then numbers for more specific topics.
Here, you’ll find a list of the subjects covered on each floor and their letter codes.