The Anchorage Higher Education Consortium Library serves university students and faculty. It is operated through an agreement between Alaska Pacific University and the University of Alaska Anchorage. Centrally located, the Consortium Library serves university students and faculty. The mission of the Consortium Library is to provide and maintain collections and resources that support the educational and research programs of the University of Alaska and Alaska Pacific University. Its collection consists of more than 930,000 volumes, 425,000 government documents from the US Government Printing Office, and 20,000 videos and films. In addition the Library licenses over 250 databases and provides web access to the full text of more than 70,000 journals and e-books.
Materials are available free of charge to APU students. The Consortium Library is within walking distance of the APU campus with many resources available online. Conveniently, the APU Academic Support Center serves as a pick up and drop off point for inter-library loan items.
Find it on Google Maps or for more information visit consortiumlibrary.org.
Plan your visit to the Consortium Library by finding information on free, visitor, and permit parking on their web site.