We recognize that many ASU graduates would like to continue to use the library’s collections and services after their student privileges expire upon graduation.
Accessing Online Resources
All alumni are welcome to visit any of our library locations and access electronic resources via public computers or their own laptop or mobile device using the ASU Guest network (see more Visitor Information). Unfortunately remote access to electronic research resources is limited by license to current students, faculty, and staff of Arizona State University.
Alumni may freely search Library One Search to identify materials they are interested in prior to coming to our locations to access them.
Information on ASURITE accounts and computing services for alumni can be found at UTO Help Center.
Alumni are able to extend their access to their RefWorks account. Contact RefWorks@asu.edu for information on how to transition your account to an alumni account.
Information and Reference Assistance
ASU Alumni are welcome to utilize our Ask a Librarian (email or chat online or in person at one of our information desks) for assistance in locating information, using our collection, or in assistance locating alternative resources available to them in their local area.
The ASU Library's University Archives documents the history of Arizona State University and its predecessor institutions. University Archives has made a variety of materials, including past ASU course catalogs and ASU Dissertations and Theses (after 2011) available online. Find out more in their Finding ASU History Library Guide, or visit the archives in the Luhrs Reading Room on the 4th floor of Hayden Library.