Undergraduate students


A student worker greets a library patron while wearing a mask.

Getting started with the ASU Library

Video: Library 101 is your introduction to the ASU Library.

Before you visit, check library hours for our seven locations. Your sun card is your library card for borrowing materials and accessing library buildings.

Use ASU Library One Search to find materials and explore the library catalog, or connect to library resources wherever you search using LibKey Nomad.

Information about study rooms and how to reserve them.

How to print and scan materials on campus.

Activate your free digital subscriptions to the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal.

Visit our library policies page for more information about the library.

Find answers to frequently asked questions about the library.

Three people wearing masks talk together at a table with piles of papers on it; students browse books behind them.

Learning and research support

Ask A Librarian: Get your questions answered via chat, text, email or by phone.

Find the best databases for your research.

Explore library guides – your go-to resource for specific subjects or courses.

Get connected with an ASU librarian for research consultation, library instruction or resource recommendations for your area of study.

Strengthen your research skills and learn about library resources with our tutorials.

Browse library collections for information about primary source materials.

Information about accessibility services.

Contact us for assistance.

Two Indigenous students talk together while wearing masks, two more people are talking in the background.

Library-based centers and initiatives

Gain access to Indigenous knowledge across all disciplines at the Labriola National American Indian Data Center.

Learn the ins and outs of machine learning and get involved with research projects at the Unit for Data Science and Analytics.

Video: Learn more about data science at the library.

Advance your personal and professional projects in our Makerspace, and gain free access to maker equipment, studio space and experts.

Get involved with the Community Driven Archives Initiative to reclaim and preserve Arizona history for future generations.

An active learning library, NatureMaker facilitates hands-on explorations of nature.

The Map and Geospatial Hub specializes in geographic information systems (GIS) and geospatial technologies.

Video: MGH 101 is your introduction to the Map and Geospatial Hub.

A person laughs while wearing a mask and headphones and speaks into a podcasting microphone.

Explore how to ...

Develop a research question, find peer-reviewed articles for your research, learn how to cite your sources and select a citation manager.

Gain free access to Phoenix museums through the Culture Pass program.

Plant a garden with support from the ASU Seed Library.

Check out a game to play with your friends.

Start your own podcast.

Stream movies for free.