Welcome to the Library!
Hello, University staff and administrators! Welcome to the Armacost Library. Whether you are here for your own information, or on behalf of a student or faculty member, we would like you to know about all of the resources we have to offer.
Reserve a Room
Room availability may be viewed via the R25 tool in your myRedlands portal, by selecting Locations at the top, then Library along the right. Requests for rooms must be placed through your department's R25 designee (e.g. Administrative Assistant).
For questions regarding the use of spaces available located in the Library proper, please contact Debbie Alban via email at email@example.com or phone at (909)748-8092. Please note that rooms located in the Fletcher Jones Computing Center on the first floor of the Armacost building are also scheduled through R25; the contact for these spaces is Iyan Sandri available via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at (909)748-8965.
Armacost room Study or meeting space for up to 12 with small whiteboard, located on the 3rd floor
Library Conference room Formerly called the Redlands Room, serves as an executive meeting space for up to 14 around the conference table, plus additional seating, located on the 3rd floor
Stone room Study or meeting space for up to 12 with small whiteboard, located on the 3rd floor
Items owned by the library, or departmental faculty, may be placed on reserve for the duration of one academic term to be made available via the Library, at the circulation desk or online, exclusively for use by students enrolled in a given course. Please view the course reserves page in order to learn more about submitting and accessing reserve items.
Research help The librarians at Armacost are committed to our students' success. Encourage students to visit the Library's help desk or set up a research appointment with the librarian who works with their department.
Student legacies The Armacost Library accepts all student Honors Papers, Masters Theses, and Doctoral Dissertations. Refer students working on such projects to the submission page.
Set up an Account
How to access As an employee of the University, you can make full use of our rich collection by bringing your University identification to our help desk, and we will set up a free account for you!
Who we are The Library maintains more than 700,000 books, perdiodicals, CDs, DVDs, music scores, maps, government documents, microforms, and access to nearly 100 electronic databases, many of which provide access to full-text journal articles and eBooks. These resources are carefully selected to inform the University's curricular areas, while comfortable seating, quiet study space, group study areas, more than 40 computer workstations, and the campus wireless network make the Library building an ideal place to study and research.
Find it Here
The library catalog can be used to search our print book and journal or magazine holdings, eBooks, CDs, DVDs, government documents, and more.
Article databases, listed exhaustively by title, or recommended for research in a particular discipline, provide electronic access to journal, magazine, and newspaper articles, and reports.
You may also request items not owned by the Library via inter-library loan free of charge.