We have Libraries at both our Mt Albert and Waitākere campuses. For directions, contact details and access to the Library's resources online visit the Library website

Library Knowledge Specialists

For help with finding subject information for your assignments contact one of our Library Knowledge Specialists, who are professionally qualified librarians, focusing on information literacy teaching, resource acquisition, and research support.

Distance Services

Distance students can request Library books and journals, which will be posted out to you with a return envelope. You can also request scanned copies of book chapters and articles within Copyright guidelines which will be emailed to you.  

Online Tutorials

Learn how to use the library's resources and services effectively with a range of online tutorials


Mt Albert

Building 180 (Te Puna)
This Library has a wide range of resources for programmes including education, business, computing, communication, osteopathy, natural sciences, construction, architecture, landscape architecture, design,  languages, sports, and trades. It also holds the special Te Kohinga Māori collection, resources which focus on subjects pertaining to Māori and Māori culture.   The  'Arts Files' with art exhibition catalogues and other information on NZ artists of an ephemeral nature, with pictorial content, and the special collection of plans and papers related to landscape designer Fred Tschopp are also located in Te Puna.

Building 202
This Library has the resources needed for the performing arts programmes. Access to restricted to students and staff of these programmes, using building access card.

Building 1
The resources in Building 1 have be moved according to subject areas.  The architecture and landscape architecture resources are now located in Te Puna library, along with the ‘Arts File’ and the Fred Tschopp collections.  Resources related to performing arts programmes are now located in Building 202.

Waitākere Building 520

The Waitākere Library is well set-up to meet the information and study needs of its students. Collections include the Pacific Collection and Reference Collection. Subject areas covered at this Library are languages, medical imaging, not-for-profit management, nursing, and social practice.

For opening hours please visit the Library website.