Our main academic library offers access to knowledge in many formats, including books, journal articles, and electronic media.
Santa Fe University of Art and Design Libraries
Fogelson Library Center Completed in 1970, the center is named for Col. E.E. "Buddy" Fogelson—oilman, rancher, and husband of Greer Garson, Hollywood legend, and friend and patron of our school. Highlights include:
- The Forum lecture hall, seating 200
- The Southwest Annex, housing the Fine Arts Gallery
- Fogelson Library
Our main academic library offers access to knowledge in many formats, including books, journal articles, electronic media, and instruction on how to locate, evaluate, and analyze information. Use or explore the library resources.
All of our collection supports curricula and stimulates critical and creative thinking. Highlights include:
- 170,000 titles in print collection
- Electronic resources
- Musical scores, DVDs, and recordings
- Interlibrary loan
- Southwest materials collection
- Santa Fe University of Art and Design archives
Circulation and Reserve
Most Fogelson items circulate, and circulation privileges may be obtained at the circulation desk. Faculty members often place course-related materials on reserve for their classes, and these are available at the circulation desk, as well. Individual study rooms with DVD/VCR players, monitors, stereos, and other equipment are available for campus community use.
Reference and research assistance is available from the library faculty. We have a wide variety of electronic resources available for academic research. Please call the reference desk at (505) 473-6569 to make an appointment or for more information.
Fogelson Library offers Interlibrary Loan service for the campus community. In addition, the Library participates in the statewide Passport system that allows university students, staff, and faculty to obtain borrowing privileges at other New Mexico college and university libraries.
Library faculty members teach introductory and advanced classes on the critical use and evaluation of academic research resources.
In addition to Fogelson Library, the university has two special libraries: the Chase Art History Library and the Beaumont and Nancy Newhall Library, both located in the Visual Art Center.