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The ERAU Hazy Library provides access to a wealth of online information resources to students and the ERAU-Prescott campus community – from databases to e-books, and more!

The Library also houses different collections of physical materials.  Some of our books, magazines, and journals are available for check-out, and others are only for use in the Library.

For students who wish to check out materials not in-house, the Library is part of the Yavapai Library Network (YLN) with which ERAU shares a library catalog.  ERAU students may check out many of the items from any of the more than 40 libraries by using EagleSearch from the Library homepage or by using the Library Catalog to find information resources. Items located at other YLN Libraries may be borrowed and sent to Embry-Riddle by placing a hold request using the Library catalog.

The Library catalog will indicate where an item is located, access to digital resources, and information about items located at other YLN member libraries.

Students may also check out materials outside of YLN by using the Library’s Interlibrary Loan service free of charge.

Suggestions & Feedback

Requests for Purchases and Suggestions for ways to improve our collections are always welcome!

Circulating Books – 1st Floor

Over 30,000 titles in print, CD-ROM, and DVD are available for check out.

Reference Books and Atlases – 1st Floor

Reference books, CD-ROMs and atlases are available for use in the in-library use only. Most Reference items are shelved near the Ask Desk and inter-shelved within the Circulating books – look for a book sticker that denotes “REFERENCE.”

Reserves – 1st Floor Checkout Desk

Faculty place items such as articles, tests, books, DVDs, and manuals “On Reserve” for students in support of specific courses. “On Reserve” items are located behind the Checkout Desk and may be checked out using the student EAGLE Card for limited time periods. For more information, please visit our Course Reserves page.

DVDs – 1st Floor

DVDs for academic support and recreation are located near the magazines. These may be checked out or used on a computer or DVD player in the Library.

Journals / Magazines / Newspapers – 1st Floor

Magazines and journals are shelved by Library of Congress call number. Here is a current list of magazines and journal titles. Current periodicals and newspapers are on display; some older periodicals have been bound into single yearly volumes and inter-shelved with the circulating collection. Current periodicals and newspapers can only be used in the Library but articles from these may be copied or scanned for personal use. Past issues of selected periodicals are on microfilm or microfiche. Periodicals must be used in the Library. Single articles may be copied for personal use. Microform reader/printer/scanner and microfiche/film cabinets are also available in the library.

NASA, NTIS & NATO Technical Reports – 1st Floor

NASA, NTIS and NATO technical reports (for study of aeronautics, astronautics, and space exploration) are on microfiche and CD-ROM. They are stored by report number in cabinets. Only NATO reports are listed in the Library catalog. Search for NTIS reports at NASA Reports and Transcripts can be searched on the Web @

Flight Manuals – 1st Floor

The Hazy Library has a Flight Manual Collection of aircraft manuals ranging from small personal craft to large passenger jets. Use of these manuals is restricted to In-Library use only. Many frequently-used manuals are located in the Reference Collection of the Hazy Library. The remainder of the Flight Manual Collection may be found in ASASA (Aviation Safety and Security Archives) in RASC II (Robertson Aviation Safety Center II), Building 22 on campus).

Contact a librarian or library staff member for assistance in locating these manuals. Find Building 22 on the Campus Map.

Aviation Safety & Security Archives (ASASA) – Building 22

The Archives is a repository for unique or rare, primary materials relating to aviation safety and security. Visit the ASASA web site @ for information about the collection and how to search for and use the documents. Many of these documents are available online through the ASASA Digital Library.