Library Services (Students)

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​​Course Reserves and Previous Exams

Print copies of the course reserves and previous exams from the Circulation desk. Also you can access the material online through the e-reserves, to get material depending on course name and number or instructor name

​​​​​​​​​Borrowing Material​

​Know more about your borrowing privileges and about the process of ordering items through the University Libraries. ​​

  • Article/Ite​m Request Forms:

Borrowing Loan Period:

  • ​​You are responsible for returning borrowed items to the library on or before due date or time.
  • F​​or Online Renewal go to My Account and enter your AUBNett account and password (email account/password).​​
  • ​F​​or more details on renewals, ​​​​​​​​​​recall, and lost or damaged items​ check here, or contact the Circulation desk at ext. 2618 or send an email to libcirc@aub.edu.lb.
​Borrower Category
​Cred​entials​Items​L​oan Period
Undergraduates​AUB ID C​ard
  • 10 Books
  • 3 Audiovisual items
  • 3 Periodical issues
  • 3 Periodical volumes
  • 4 weeks
  • 3 days
  • 3 days
  • Building use
Graduates/ Executive MBA​AUB ID C​ard
  • 25 Books
  • 3 Audiovisual items
  • 3 Periodical issues
  • 3 Periodical volumes
  • 8 weeks
  • 3 days
  • 3 days
  • Building use
Ph.D. CandidatesAUB ID C​ard
  • 50 Books
  • 3 Audiovisual items
  • 3 Periodical issues
  • 3 Periodical volumes
  • 1 semester
  • 3 days
  • 3 days
  • Building use
** Active AUB students need a valid AUB ID to borrow library materials.
** Overdue fines: 1$ per item per day. For more details chec​k​ here.​​​​​​

​​Studying​

A number of total silence, quiet s​tudy and group study areas are available at the University Libraries, in addition to computer labs. To know more a bout the Library watch the Orientation Video ​or book now for a tour​

Graduates can use the Graduates Reading Room and Reserve a Carrel​ (for thesis writers)

Please respect the University Libraries'​ Code of Conduct.

  

​Technology

The University Libraries provides a range of computing and information technology services for all library users.​

  • Connect from Off-Campus​ 
    What is accessible off-campus? Most E-resources may be accessed off-campus, you will be prompted to enter your AUBnet username and password. Databases that are not accessible off-campus are identified by the "campus access only" ​ sign.

  • Printing, Photocopying & Scanning, Wi-Fi & Internet Connection​

For assistance, call ext. 2627​​​