Updated as of March 26: Here's what's happening at the ASU Library in response to COVID-19. We encourage you to check back regularly; updates will be made as changes are implemented.
The Arizona State University Library will continue to support students in every possible way during this period of online-only instruction at ASU. In addition to expanding some of our digital services, the ASU Library is prepared to fully harness the power of its digital learning tools and multiple resource delivery channels. Libraries are open on all ASU campuses with adjusted hours and limited access, and we are doing everything we can to ensure the safety of these spaces. Should you have any concerns, please reach out to me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jim O'Donnell, University Librarian
Libraries remain open on all ASU campuses with adjusted hours and limited access.
Please bring your Sun Card. At this time, all ASU buildings, including libraries, are accessible only to currently enrolled students and university employees. If you experience trouble with your SunCard, please contact the Sun Card office on your campus, or contact them at 480-965-2273.
On the ASU Tempe campus, the Noble Library, Design and Arts Library and the Music Library are closed until further notice.
Please note that there are no overnight hours for any library at this time.
The Ask a Librarian online chat service has extended its hours: Monday-Thursday 8 am to 9 pm and Friday 8 am to 5pm
Each of the open libraries have limited computer workstations available for students. Printing and scanning via Print Anywhere continue to be available in each open location as well. In addition, UTO also has managed computing sites that remain open for student use at this time. Find out more via UTO.
While Using the Library
While these locations remain open, we do ask students to please support social distancing guidelines and remember to wash your hands often. We have closed group study rooms at this time, as it is impossible to maintain social distance in those tight spaces.
Borrowing / Returning Materials
Library and Google Scholar Search Engines
Open Access Articles