What to expect at the library over summer session

Published June 4, 2021
Updated Nov. 07, 2021

Masked-up student browsing Hayden Library book collection
Photo by Deanna Dent

The ASU Library remains committed to supporting the health and success of the ASU community.

As of July 19, 2021, access to university library buildings no longer requires a Sun Card.

Face coverings are strongly recommended for those who are vaccinated, food/drink are now permitted in the library, and furniture has been restored in libraries where it had been removed to allow for physical distancing. 

With summer session hours in place, be sure to check library hours before you visit. 

Need support?

The ASU Library can help you with whatever you need. While you can connect with library support via a variety of platforms, this is generally a good place to start: Ask A Librarian.

Need services?  

The ASU Library is home to some cool research and collab spaces, including the Labriola National American Indian Data Center and the Map and Geospatial Hub. While all library research and archive units remain open, this summer you will need to make a reservation for some of them:


Visit Ask A Librarian to get all your library questions answered.