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Library Open Hours

Monday - Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday & Statutory Holidays
8:00 am - 9:00 pm 8:00 am - 6:00 pm 11:00 am - 5:00 pm Closed

Exceptions to open hours above

The library will be closed Saturday, October 7 through Monday, October 9 for Thanksgiving.

Library Orientation


Services for current Ambrose students, faculty and staff


Library Resources

Browse our online catalogue for books, ebooks, course reserves, and more! Sign in to request books online. Check out the Using the Library Catalogue guide for tips.



Everything you need to know about borrowing and renewing, including how many books you can borrow and how long you can keep them!


Journal Databases

Databases are a great place to go when you have a targeted topic and need to find scholarly sources and/or journal articles.
View databases by subject or A-Z.


Research Guides & Tutorials

Browse our Research Guides & Tutorials to learn more about how to use the library's services and collections.


Interlibrary Loans

If there's something you need that our library doesn't have, fill in the Interlibrary Loan Request form and we will do our best to find the item for you.


Book a Study Room

Ambrose students can book study rooms for quiet study or group work during the library's open hours.


Printing & Scanning

The library houses the only student printer on campus. Learn more about how to print wirelessly, how to load a balance online, and how to scan & copy.


Distance Students

Everything you need to know if you're studying at a distance.



Ambrose Library is here to support you! If you need help, please contact us at or 403-410-2946. For more information, consult our FAQs.

Services for Alumni and Community Borrowers

The Ambrose campus, including the library, is open to all members of the public including alumni and community borrowers.

Everyone is welcome to come into the library to study and access the library's journal article databases while on campus. Alumni and members of the public who live in Calgary may sign up for a Community Borrower account to borrow books from our collection. More information about the Community Borrower account can be found at the bottom of the Library Staff & Policies page.

Alumni of Ambrose University and its founding schools are welcome to request access to ATLAS for Alumni, the full text portion of the ATLA Religion Database. More information is available on the ATLAS for Alumni page.

Work at the Library

For full-time professional job postings, please refer to the Careers page. Ambrose students who are interested in working at the library can refer to this page for more information.