Yes. We ask that you use your cell phone for conversations either outdoors or in the lobby/vestibule area, being careful to not disturb other library patrons. Cell phone use is prohibited in The Worthington Reading Room which is designated a Silent Zone.
Yes. You may bring food and drink into the Library. For more specific information, please read our Food and Drink Policy.
Yes. Bookings made online will require confirmation via your provided e-mail. Additionally, at the time of your reservation you will need to check-in by scanning the QR code on the door of your respective study or collaboration room.
After reserving a study or presentation room, you will receive a confirmation email that has a link to cancel the room reservation. If you save this email, you can cancel the reservation at any time. If you delete the email, you may contact Madison Terwilleger by email or call her at 928-777-6656 to cancel a reservation.
The Library has twelve group study rooms for group collaboration. All rooms are located on the second floor. Rooms can be reserved online up to 4 weeks in advance. Please call 928-777-6656 or email Madison Terwilleger with questions regarding room reservations.
There is a “Scan-to-Fax” option at the photocopiers on either floor of the Library. Instructions for using the Scan to Email function are available at each copier. You may also ask for assistance at any of the service desks.
There are 3 QUIET Zones in the Library, designated as areas to keep voices low. The Worthington Reading Room 118 is a SILENT Zone where NEITHER talking NOR cell phone conversations are permitted.
The Scan to Email function is available on the 1st and 2nd floor copiers. Scan to email allows you to scan pages into a single or multipage PDF, TIFF, or XPS document and send it to an email address. Once your document(s) arrive in your email, you may save it and print copies as needed. Instructions for using the Scan to Email function are available at each copier. You may also ask for assistance at any of the service desks.

Fall & Spring Library Hours:

  • Monday – Thursday: 7:00 am - 12:00 am
  • Friday: 7:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Saturday: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Sunday: 10:00 am - 12:00 am

Summer A & B Hours:

  • Monday - Thursday: 7:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Friday: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm 

For holidays, exceptions, and extended/final hours, see Library Hours.

The Testing Center (Room 232) is the campus Testing Center. Please see the Testing Center page for hours, contacts and the Test Request Form.

Copy/Scan to Email machines are located on both the first and second floors. The copy function is only available to campus departments using a Department Copy Code. You may also scan-to-email for free, on either floor. Staff at the Checkout Desk (1st floor) or Computer Commons Help Desk (2nd floor) can assist you with copy/scan to email questions.

Visitor parking is available in the Visitors Center’s parking lot. Enter the ERAU campus from the main entrance (Dan Carrel Drive), go straight ahead to the Visitors Center and turn left.

Parking for ERAU students, faculty, and staff is available next to the Library in Parking Lot G. Enter the ERAU campus from the main entrance (Dan Carrell Drive), go straight ahead to the Visitors Center, and turn right. You will be in Parking Lot G.

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Check for lost items at the 1st floor Checkout Desk and the 2nd floor Computer Commons Desk or call the Library at 928-777-3811 to inquire. Unclaimed items are taken to the Campus Safety and Security Office.


Yavapai County residents may borrow items using a Yavapai Library Network card; residents may place a hold on items in the catalog and have them delivered to your home library. Visitors may use the book, periodicals, and newspaper collections in the Hazy Library. Use of databases is restricted by licensing agreements to ERAU students, faculty and staff. Please see the Visitors Policy for detailed information on resources and services use.
Circulating books, reference materials, journals, and DVD collections are arranged by subject, using the Library of Congress Classification system. Technical Reports, primarily microfilm and microfiche, are located in the cabinets on the north wall about halfway through the book collection. They are arranged by report numbers according to the issuing agency (i.e., NASA, NTIS, and NATO).

You can request “fun” or even “not fun” books from member libraries of the Yavapai Library Network which include public, school, and college libraries. Search for books, DVDs, and video games using the Library catalog and place a hold on the items. After placing your hold, your item is delivered to the ERAU library where you can check it out using your ERAU ID. Fiction ebooks and audiobooks are also available through Overdrive by selecting Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University on the "Sign In" menu and then sign in with your ERNIE credentials.

If you need assistance in placing holds, check out this guide on how to place holdschat with Research Help, or call us at 928-777-3761. You can also submit a question online to our Librarians.

ERAU students, faculty and staff may request items through the Request from Another Library (ILL) page by using one of the request forms. If you think the Hazy Library should purchase a specific title for our collection, please use the Purchase Request Form to submit a purchase suggestion.

The Hazy Library has a number of items that are available to help you with your study/research needs. From computer projectors to rulers, a wide variety of equipment is available.

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