What’s happening at the library this summer

Published June 10, 2022
Updated July 25, 2022

Taking a summer session class or looking for a new book to read? The ASU Library is open and here for you. 

Find your library

With eight libraries across four campuses, discover your campus library. Now that summer session hours are in place, be sure to check library hours before you visit. 

Two people in the library browsing books on the shelves
Browsing book selections in Sun Devil Reads on the second floor of Hayden Library on the Tempe campus.
Pride Month book display
Pride Month book display at Fletcher Library on the West campus. Photo credit: Jason Johnson

Explore Sun Devil Reads and summer book recommendations

Check out featured collections and book displays at all libraries. From Pride Month to Popular Culture there’s something for everyone. Don’t miss Sun Devil Reads on Hayden Library’s second floor. Browse popular topics like Nature, Biography, and Fantasy and the Imagination. Follow the ASU Library on Instagram and Facebook for Summer Reading Bingo and weekly book recommendations. Get the latest news and events by following us on Twitter.

Be inspired by exhibits and displays

Visit the Vault Gallery at the Downtown Phoenix campus Library to see “Print and Ink: Expressions through Images,” a new exhibit featuring printmaking artworks by Chicano and Indigenous artists. 

Stop by the Zine Collection in the first floor Hayden Library exhibit space. Explore a variety of zines covering topics like social activism, poetry, LGBTQIA+ and Chicano culture. 

Did you know you can check out free passes to arts and culture museums? Discover the Culture Pass program and find free passes to museums and botanical gardens across the state.

Feed your creativity and inquiry

The ASU Library is home to some cool research and collaboration spaces where you can discover 3D printing, maps from around the word and archival collections. All library research and archive units are open, but check to see if you need to make a reservation.

Reserve a study room

Study rooms are available in many library locations and many of them are reservable online.

Luhrs Arizona Reading Room in Hayden Library on the Tempe campus is available for reservation for quiet, individual study. You can make your reservation online and check in at the first floor information desk upon arrival for access to the reading room.

We’re here to help

The ASU Library can help you with whatever you need. While you can connect with library support via a variety of platforms, you can start with Ask A Librarian to get your questions answered. 

Enjoy your summer Sun Devils!

Artwork hanging on a wall
“Print and Ink” exhibit at the Vault Gallery on the Downtown Phoenix campus. Photo credit Marco Albarrán