Art, Architecture, and Engineering Library Information Services Desk

Manage your library account, access reserved material, refill print cards, checkout special equipment, and more.

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Art, Architecture, and Engineering Library, Second Floor, Room 2450BView floorplan

734-647-5747

aael.circ@umich.edu

Located in the center of floor 2 and straight in front of you when you come off the elevators, escalators, or central stairs. The CAEN Help Desk is also located at this location. 

Access our collections

Pick up books and other materials requested for delivery to the Art, Architecture, and Engineering Library here.

You’ll also come to the desk to check out materials you’ve gotten off the shelves, return materials, ask for help finding a particular title, and place requests for items in our collection.

Manage your library account

If you receive a notice about overdue materials, you can pay fines in person here or ask questions about a hold on your account. 

Course Reserves support and check out

Instructors and support staff can ask questions about requests here, and drop off instructor-owned material.

This desk is also a course reserve checkout location.

See more about course reserves.

Equipment checkout

We have whiteboard markers, bike pumps, various adapters, laptop locks, Kill A Watt meters, and more available for checkout

Guest printing help

Guests can purchase a print card or add money to an existing print account or card here. See more about guest computing and printing.

Late night transportation

The Duderstadt Center is a pickup location for SafeRide. Our staff can help coordinate your ride.

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