Visiting the libraries in person
With eight libraries located on the four ASU campuses, hours of operation vary depending on the library and the time of year.
- Learn more about library locations and find contact information. The university provides daily and hourly parking options on all campuses,
- Be sure to check library hours before visiting as hours of operation vary depending on the library and the time of year.
- While you are in the library, you may connect your devices to the ASU Guest wireless network.
Collections and borrowing services
The ASU Library is home to six renowned research collections, open stack collections curated in response to community feedback and research needs, and a variety of units and centers designed to engage learning and collaboration.
- Browse open stack collections at every library, including featured collections and Sun Devil Reads on the second floor of Hayden Library.
- Community Borrowing Cards are available for purchase, which provides borrowing privileges from most items from the open stacks collections for non-ASU affiliated library users.
- The ASU Library houses a rich collection of rare, unique and distinctive materials. Get started by speaking with our experts at Ask an Archivist.
Accessing online resources
Many online resources provided through the ASU Library’s web site are available to visitors while visiting the library in person by using the ASU Guest wireless network.
Use the ASU for You platform to explore publicly accessible, digital educational resources, curated by the ASU Library, that are available to everyone, everywhere, and can be integrated into your academic and professional work.
While in the libraries, please stop by the Information desk near the entrances for assistance and directions. We’re happy to help you while you are in the library.
Visit Ask a Librarian to get help with general library information over chat, email, phone, FAQs or in person.