Main Library building hours extended for finals

Main Library is open 24/7 for finals starting Saturday, Nov. 27, 11am through Friday, Dec. 17, 6pm. See our holiday and winter break schedule. Learn more.

Libraries & locations

Our locations

We offer five campus libraries with the study spaces, research materials, and technology you need to get your work done. Choose a location to learn more about what each library offers, as well as find parking information and floor maps. 

Looking for a particular book or collection? See locating books and other materials.

Main Library

The go-to place to study, create, collaborate, and get things done. The Main Library is open practically 24/7, offering flexible spaces, friendly experts, a wide range of technology, and in-depth research collections that encourage new ideas and help to build new connections. Come visit CATalyst Studios, the makerspace where students, faculty, and staff from all disciplines can learn new skills and connect with others.

Albert B. Weaver Science-Engineering Library

A hub for experimenting and testing new initiatives. The Albert B. Weaver Science-Engineering Library hosts a number of technology-rich collaborative spaces, including group study rooms, the University's first collaborative learning space, and a Seed Library.

Fine Arts Library

The Fine Arts Library is closed to walk-in access. You can still access expertise, services, and resources. Our collections include scores, sheet music, and vinyl LPs; a theater collection of plays and films; and architecture materials.

Health Sciences Library

The primary source of knowledge-based health information in Arizona. The Health Sciences Library provides access to the latest published research and gives scientists and health care providers tools to improve the quality of life for people everywhere. Looking for Health Sciences Library - Phoenix?

Special Collections

The starting point for in-depth academic research. Special Collections houses primary source materials for authors of all genres and anyone interested in creating new knowledge from one-of-a-kind archival treasures.

Also, see other campus libraries.