The American University Library cooperates with unaffiliated, on-campus library collections in order to make their content more accessible to the university community. These projects support the campus collections by expanding each collection's presence as an educational resource while also supporting the mission of American University Library to engage with other offices on campus in new and positive ways.
Career Center Resource Library
The Career Center Resource Library has approximately 450 books and periodicals. The majority of the collection can be checked out for 7 days, with the exception of a small number of reference items. AU students, alumni, faculty and staff can obtain and return the materials at the Career Center, and any fines accrued can be paid at the University Library. Copier, computers, and printing available as well as AU CareerWeb and Resume Builder.
- Borrowing: AU students, staff, faculty and alumni. 7 day checkout on most items.
- Contact/Location: firstname.lastname@example.org; (202) 885-1804; Butler Pavilion, 5th Floor;
Center for Language Exploration, Acquisition & Research (CLEAR) Resource Collection
CLEAR holds approximately 1,500 foreign language items which include films, textbooks, audio books, workbooks, dictionaries and self-teaching materials. The collection is searchable through the WRLC catalog. We welcome suggestions for new materials; just contact us and let us know what you'd be interested in. We are always looking to expand the collection, so if you have materials related to language or linguistics that you would like to donate, please contact us or stop by the Center. Contributions to our collections are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
- Borrowing: AU students, staff and faculty. 14 day checkout on books, 7 days on DVDs, and 2 hours for reference items.
- Contact/Location: email@example.com; (202) 885-2357; Asbury Hall, North Wing, Room B36;
Visual Resource Center Collection
The Visual Resources Center contains an extensive collection of images in support of the fines arts programs at American University. This includes over 21,000 high resolution digital images, 100,000 slides, and approximately 2,100 books on visual arts and artists.
- Borrowing: The VRC collections can be used on site only. Digital collections are available to AU faculty for teaching purposes.
- Contact/Location: firstname.lastname@example.org; (202) 885-1675; Katzen Arts Center, Room 142;