The Texas A&M University-Texarkana library is named in honor of the university's founding president, Dr. John F. Moss. It is located on the south side of the third and fourth floors in the University Center. Patrons may use the lobby elevators or north stairwells to access the entrance on the third floor. The south stairwells on the third and fourth floors are emergency exit only and alarms will sound if used.
The library is a spacious (30,157 sq ft), modern facility with large windows overlooking the campus and lake. It has been designed to provide students, faculty, and visitors with a variety of common spaces to appeal to individual preferences and needs including casual seating, comfortable lounge areas, study nooks, group and individual study tables as well as group study rooms. Casual seating and study tables extend into both the third and fourth floor lobbies just outside the library’s walls.
For users’ convenience, the library provides the following amenities: KIC, the Knowledge Imaging Center, which offers the ability to copy pages from books, resize, digitize and e-mail documents, or save as media files; an open computer lab for class assignments or research; computer print stations (black & white or color); scanners; the Commons Area for Leisure Reading with Best Sellers; magazines and newspaper rack; Media Services provides media equipment (digital cameras, camcorders, calculators, USB headsets, Nooks, Kindles, Notebooks); and two study rooms for collaborative study. Supplies Services offer kits containing items needed for projects as well as everyday items such as scissors, stapler, hole punch, etc., bibliographic instruction; exhibitions by regional artists and resources in a wide variety of formats.