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The Library Administration is responsible for the planning, budgeting, and evaluation of the University Libraries, including Hayden Library, Noble Library, the Music Library, and the Architecture Library on the Tempe campus, as well as the Fletcher Library on the West campus, and the Libraries at the Polytechnic and Downtown Phoenix campuses.

The Hayden Library houses materials in the humanities and social sciences, and a number of specialized collections such as the University Archives and the Labriola National American Indian Data Center.

The Noble Library houses the collections in engineering, physical and life sciences, mathematics, and geography. The Map Collection is also located here.

The Music Library includes all music materials in the Libraries’ collection. These include musical scores, recordings, videos, books, and periodicals. It is located in Room W302 of the Music Building.

The Architecture and Design Library contains over 30,000 volumes in the areas of urban planning, environmental design, and architecture. The archives of several prominent architects, such as Will Bruder, are also housed here.

The Fletcher Library, located at the ASU West Campus, offers the combined collections of all of ASU's libraries, a beautiful building, great technology, and talented librarians and staff.

The Polytechnic Library is located on the lower level of the Academic Center building at the ASU Polytechnic Campus. In one convenient location, users can get help with all their academic projects, whether it's research, writing or technology.

The Downtown Phoenix Campus Library provides access to research resources focusing on materials of particular interest to majors in the anchor fields taught at the Downtown campus: health innovation, nursing, public administration, social work, tourism management, etc.

The Law Library is administered separately by the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law.