The go-to place to study, create, collaborate, and get things done. The Main Library is open almost 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.
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.
A north campus haven for students and faculty. The Fine Arts Library houses an extensive music collection including scores, sheet music and vinyl LPs, as well as a theater collection of plays and films and architecture materials.
The Science-Engineering Library hosts a number of technology-rich collaborative spaces and a makerspace with 3D printing. It also houses materials relating to life and physical sciences, engineering, and visual arts.
Explore a treasure trove of historical Southwestern documents and photos, and unique, unusual books, letters, photographs and manuscripts you can’t see anywhere else. Changing exhibits present a variety of topics from indigenous languages to video gaming. Open weekdays; hours vary. Closed Saturdays and Sundays.
Experience this one-of-a-kind archive, museum and research center dedicated to photography as an art form and cultural record. The Center’s changing exhibits include key collections of Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, Garry Winogrand, Harry Callahan and other great 20th century photographers. Open Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm, Saturday - Sunday, 1-4pm.
Although the primary mission of the Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library is to support the curricular, scholarship and research needs of the James E. Rogers College of Law's students and faculty, the library also provides legal materials and reference assistance for the faculty, staff and students of the University as a whole and for the local bar association members and general public.
The library's interdisciplinary collection of books, journals, technical and observatory reports, preprints, planetary maps, audiovisual materials, and computer resources supports research and teaching in planetary science, primarily at the graduate level.