The university libraries support the academic programs at the regional campuses by providing core library collections, access to all APU online information tools and resources, and a full range of library services.
Each regional campus includes computers providing direct access to library resources and services. Students also have access to subject specialist librarians to help with research needs. Subject specialists are librarians who work with students and faculty in a particular department or program. Visit the Subject Specialists page to find your librarian.
Distance Library Services
APU regional campus, online, and off-campus students, faculty, and staff hold the same privileges and responsibilities as Azusa campus patrons, but their materials will be mailed (books, media, and kits) or emailed (articles) from the Azusa campus libraries. Mailing is free of charge, and prepaid return envelopes are included.
Books and media may be requested by selecting “By Mail” as the pickup location on the request screen in the library catalog. Articles may be requested through the ArticleReach option in the library’s databases and via the Article Finder form. More information is available on the Interlibrary Services page. Call (626) 815-6000, Ext. 3272, for any other questions regarding these transactions.
Check the library Tool for the location of the materials you need, and use LINK+ to request unavailable items.