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Arizona State University Libraries, among the top 40 research libraries in North America, is recognized for the strength of its collections. Tempe campus is a transdisciplinary academic community advancing the core historical disciplines associated with comprehensive research-extensive universities, including the arts and humanities, the natural and social sciences, engineering and the professional schools. Hayden Library houses materials in the humanities and social sciences, and a number of specialized collections such as the University Archives and the Labriola National American Indian Data Center. Noble Science and Engineering Library houses the collections in engineering, physical and life sciences, mathematics and geography. The Music Library, located in the Music Building, includes musical scores, recordings, videos, books and periodicals. The Architecture and Design Library contains over 30,000 volumes in the areas of urban planning, environmental design and architecture, and is located in the Design North building.

Hayden Library
Noble Science and Engineering Library
Ross-Blakley Law Library

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Downtown Phoenix campus (University Center)
Polytechnic campus (Academic Center)
West campus (Fletcher Library)