About Fletcher Library

Fletcher Library

ASU’s West Valley campus library combines the service and values of a traditional library with a state-of-the-art approach to the Information Age.

The Fletcher Library was dedicated in 1988 honor of the Robert L. Fletcher family whose gift of property resulted in an endowment for the perpetual support of the library. It was the first building completed on campus and soon after received an Honor Award, the top recognition of design excellence from the Southern Arizona Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. A semi-circular reflecting pool graces the library’s front lawn.

In addition to a core print and media collection, Fletcher Library regularly features exhibitions and community-connected book displays. The third floor is home to the Labriola National American Indian Data Center's West Valley campus location. There are several group study rooms and ample space for individual study throughout the library. The three-story library is open seven days a week during semester sessions.

The first floor includes the Student Success tutoring center and First Year Success (FYS-West).

Housed in the library’s lower level is the the American Indian Student Support Services (AISSS-West).

Treat yourself to a pastry and a cup of coffee at the Starbucks located inside the main entrance to the library.

Read the law that created the West Valley campus (PDF).