Serving one university in many places.
The ASU library system has 7 buildings spread across the four campuses in the Phoenix metropolitan area:
But our biggest library of all is our virtual library at http://lib.asu.edu
We have over 4.5 million print and electronic items including:
And wait -- there's more! See the ASU Library's 2014 Fact Sheet
Our libraries are cool places.
Which is a good thing because it gets a little warm here in Tempe during the summer.
So fill up your water bottle and come hang out with us.
The Grand Staircase to the Below-Grade Entrance of Hayden Library
|Common Study Zones, found on the entrance levels of the libraries and nearby service desks, are areas where noise is to be expected and groups are encouraged. Please use these areas to convene, collaborate and talk on your cell phone. Most of the furniture in these areas are on wheels - feel free to move the furniture into whatever configuration suits your need.|
|Quiet Study Zones, found throughout the libraries on levels with book and journal stacks are all naturally quiet environments. In these areas quiet conversation is allowed, but please silence your cell phones.|
|Silent Study Zones, found throughout the libraries, are areas where no talking is permitted. In Hayden Library, silent study zones are on Level 2 and in enclosed rooms on Level 3 and the Lower Level; in Noble Library it is the enclosed room on the second floor. Noble Library also has individual silent study rooms that can be "checked out" for 4 hours or a whole day. Please turn off all cell phones in these areas.|