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Alumni Library Services at ATSU

Tips and guidelines for using the ATSU library after graduating.

ATSU Alumni Services

ATSU offers Alumni a variety of services through the ATSU Alumni Services site and through the ATSU Portal. Submit the portal access form linked below to gain access to it.

Need a password reset for ATSU Portal Access?  Contact ITS at 1-866-626-2878

Access to Online Resources for Alumni

The A.T. Still Memorial Library offers alumni access to several premium online research databases through the ATSU Portal.

Alumni Search

Alumni Search
Limit Your Results

*Note: Only alumni credentials will work with the search feature & resources above.
Current students & employees should use Still OneSearch or resources selected from our full list of databases.
Preceptors, please refer to the guide linked here for access to select resources.

Research Support Services for Alumni

The Library provides access to research support services for alumni:

  • Free & low-cost Interlibrary Loan
    • Up to five journal articles a month for free; each additional article per month is $10
    • Submit your ILL request to the Ask-A-Librarian form
    • Alternatively, you can email your requests to libmo@atsu.edu or libaz@atsu.edu.
  • Research consultations with a librarian
  • Assistance with medical and other literature searches

Free & Open Access Biomedical Literature Resources

These resources are entirely or mostly open access and can support your continuing evidence-based practice.

Find Your State's Online Resources

Most states offer free access to a variety of online resources through their public libraries, some of which will be useful in your practice and with keeping up with the newest research in your field. All you need to access them is a public library card.

For help finding your state's resources, contact the library or visit one of these sites: