The Library supports study and teaching at the Army University Campus. Central to our mission are our unique collections, the expertise we provide, and the excellent services we offer.
Access and services available depend on your research needs, or your affiliation with another institution. If you are a first-time visitor, we encourage you to contact a librarian before your visit; staff will help you determine what collections and services are available to you and how to establish access.
Go to the Archives and Special Collections page for its access policies.
When in the library, you will be able to use most of electronic resources to which we subscribe. Access to these resources from off-campus is available only to current library account holders and those that have access to the school's blackboard system.
Photocopying, printing, and scanning are available to visitors.
All library accounts are family accounts, set up under the sponsor's name. Only a sponsor or the spouse of a sponsor with a valid DoD ID are eligible to set up a library account. To check out materials and to view our licensed databases you need to have a library card. A person must meet one of the following criteria with appropriate identification:
Anyone who does not meet one of the above criteria can request permission to check out material. Approval is made on a case by case basis.