The library of Aichi University possesses more than 1,750,000 volumes.
It has an abundant variety of books, both general and specialized. Books are acquired regularly, some chosen by library staff, others to meet
requests or to take advantage of the specialties of the faculty.
It meets all the needs of the student body, providing a comfortable environment to write reports,
to prepare for exams, to prepare presentations for seminars, and to enjoy reading great books.
It also provides space to support various kinds of electronic media on all three campuses.
As of March, 2017, the University's collection was over 1,750,000 volumes with
15,104 magazines including 4,877 active subscriptions.
The number of volumes is far greater than the average of universities in Japan. (About 413,000 and 910,000 respectively.)
A comprehensive interloan system ensures that all materials can be utilized by students from each campus.
Documents related to China and Asia
occupy more than 15% of the total collection, and many of them are rare. There are
also various kinds of material related to
Toa Dobunshoin University.
In the field of Social Sciences, there are extensive collections which include:
- Ernest Rudolf Huber Collection
- All England Law Report
- all the publications of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
- Hansard's Parliamentary Debates
- Collection of German Corporations history
- China Studies in 20th Century
Nagoya Campus Library:
Hours: 8:50 to 21:00
The Nagoya Campus Library provides a multidimensional learning experience that
links books, magazines, and computers, allows students to communicate in
discussion rooms. The entire
facility features open access to stacks so that students can search freely for
books, and books from the collections at the Kurumamichi or Toyohashi campuses
can be obtained with a one or two day wait.
Toyohashi Campus Library:
Hours: 9:00 to 20:00
From general texts to highly specialized publications, the Toyohashi Campus
Library is home to a rich and varied collection. Designed to allow comfortable
study, the facility also houses a media zone and AV corner.
Kurumamichi Campus Library and Law School Library:
Hours: Campus: 9:00 to 17:00 Law School: all times
The Kurumamichi Campus Library and Law School Library possess about
157,000 volumes specialized and each student has a carrel desk.
Please also read the Language Learning files