The AUC Library provides extensive services to graduate students working on their M.A. theses projects. AUC graduate students are advised to contact the Librarys Graduate Research Liaison for individual research consultations: Nancy Hughes 2615-3606, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The AUC Library continues to serve graduate students by offering an open lab for assistance with research and writing. The lab is open exclusively for graduate students. A reference librarian and an instructor from the Writing Center are available for consultation. Graduate students are invited to drop in as they please during the Open Lab hours..
For more information contact Nancy Hughes at 3606
Off-Campus access to Databases
Our new proxy server allows authorized AUC users to access licensed databases and online journals from anywhere off campus (any Internet connection) and from any location in the world. Click here for more details
Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery Service
Document delivery is a service through which AUC Library users can obtain materials not available in the AUC Library. If you already received a login account, use ILLiad to submit your requests, check their status and retrieve the received articles(you can request an account by contacting us at 2615-3701 or email email@example.com). All items are subject to copyright law. Average turnaround time is often 2 - 3 days.
Rare Books and Special Collections Library (RBSCL)
The RBSLC Library houses over 50,000 books, manuscripts and maps, principally about Egypt, the Middle East, Egyptology, as well as travel books, and the Creswell Collection of Islamic Art and Architecture.
For more information about the RBSCL Library go to http://library.aucegypt.edu/rare/index.htm or call: 2797-5060.