Welcome to the Libraries' Alumni Services LibGuide
Here you will find information on how to access electronic resources for alumni, the types of free resources and services offered by the Libraries to alumni visitors, and how to become a dues-paying member of the Auburn Alumni Association.
Please review our services to alumni below for further details. Thank you for returning to Auburn University Libraries for your information and research needs. We look forward to assisting you!
Our Services to Auburn Alumni
Auburn University Libraries offers a variety of resources and services to general and dues-paying members of the Auburn Alumni Association.
General members of the Alumni Association are permitted access to various free electronic resources and library services. This includes but is not limited to browsing our onsite library collections, including our Newspaper Room and Special Collections and Archives, and access to 14 freely available electronic databases, including government information resources.
Dues-paying members of the Alumni Association who pay for an annual, lifetime, or other membership are provided with exclusive access to more than 60 electronic resources and are granted limited circulation privileges. Alumni Association members must have an active membership ID to access these resources and services.
If you wish to become a dues-paying member of the Auburn Alumni Association,please visit the following links for more information on how to join today!
In 1859, the Wirt and Webster literary societies established the first library collection inside the original Old Main building of the East Alabama Male College.
Since then, Auburn University Libraries has expanded its collection to 3.2 million volumes across three library branches and continues to foster research and instruction throughout the Auburn community.