If you are trying to access an online resource from off-campus or off-library and then asked to log in, simply enter your school email and password credentials. (More information on how to log in)
If you have trouble logging in to your account, contact your campus's service desk.
Some books are available ONLINE, while others are available in the library in print form. You will know this by looking at the book's information once you look it up in our catalog. If the item is electronic, and you are off-campus or off-library, you must have a remote access username and password to be able to access. If you are having issues with your remote access log-in, contact the service desk at your campus.
Can't find a hardcopy book in our library? You can always get it from another one.
Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library has selected ProQuest Ebook Central as a key ebook provider. Click the image below.
To avoid the potential for plagiarism, a good rule of thumb is to provide a citation for any idea that is not your own. This includes:
You do not need to cite widely-accepted common knowledge (e.g. "George Washington was the first President of the United States."), proverbs, or common phrases unless you are using a direct quotation.
When in doubt, avoid the possibility of plagiarism and cite your source.
Further information can be found in the So, Cite Your Sources panel on the far right. Or visit .
Constructed in 1982, the Atlanta University Center (AUC) Robert W. Woodruff Library is named in honor of the late Robert Winship Woodruff, philanthropist and former CEO of The Coca-Cola Company. The library supports the teaching, learning and research missions of four institutions of higher education that comprise the world’s largest consortium of HBCUs: Clark Atlanta University, the Interdenominational Theological Center, Morehouse College and Spelman College. As the “center of the Center,” the AUC Woodruff Library is the intellectual and information hub of the Atlanta University Center.
The AUC Woodruff Library is also home to the Archives Research Center, which is noted for its extensive and unique holdings of materials on the African American experience, including the John Henrik Clarke Africana and African American Collection and the Henry P. Slaughter and Countee Cullen Memorial Collection. In addition, at the request of Morehouse College, the library serves as custodian of the Morehouse College Martin Luther King Jr. Collection.