Warrior's Den Hours

The AIC Warrior’s Den is our new on-campus café/store. The Den offers light snacks, beverages, and some staple supplies. Whether you’re looking for a place to unwind, relax, or meet a few friends, the Warrior’s Den offers a casual atmosphere with munchies, casual seating, and inspirational music. All are welcome at the Warrior’s Den!

Monday-Tuesday: 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM / 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM / 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday-Friday: 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM / 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM / 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Saturday: 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Sunday: Closed

Information for Students

Checking Books Out:

Students may check books out for a 3-week period and re-check them for another 3 weeks if needed. Periodicals and reference works may not be checkout, but articles may be scanned or photocopied for personal or educational use as copyright allows.


Librarians can assist students in accessing the best research materials, whether books in the library or online resources. Contact librarians with your research questions either face-to-face, by phone at (602) 944-3335 x217, or by email at library@sagu.edu.


Computers are available for student use with AIC login. A printer/scanner/copier is also available for students’ course notes and assignments.


  • No food or drinks in the library
  • No phone calls in the library; phones must remain on silent/vibrate at all times
  • No loud conversations; quiet talk must not disturb others
  • No loud websites, videos, or music; please use earphones with audio websites

Library of Congress Classification Help

The AIC library arranges resources by topic, using a system developed by the Library of Congress. If the call number has a prefix, it designates the special area of the library where the materials are found. Example: HD 57.7 C64. In this example, HD is for the topic category of industry, land use and labor; 57.7 is a subcategory; and C64 is a code for the author’s last name.


  • NAC = Native American Collection
  • Ref = Reference Room upstairs
  • Juv = Juvenile Collection
  • VHS = Video
  • OVR = Oversized book in Reference Room

Information for Faculty

Course Reserves:

Faculty may place library materials on reserve for a class. Materials will be held behind the circulation desk, available to students for 2-hour access in the library.

Library Meeting Room:

Faculty may hold a class session in the reference room to provide instruction to students as they begin their research. Contact us to reserve the room on the date needed.

Class Sessions:

We can deliver customized instruction on research in classes. We also provide tours of library resources targeted to specific class resource needs. Contact us to discuss dates and topic.

Checkout Period:

Faculty may check out materials until the end of the semester.

Collection Development:

Recommendations for books for the library to purchase can be made by sending us your prepared list as an email attachment.


The library accepts donations of academic works for AIC curriculum meeting these criteria: in good condition, with no marks or underlining; published in 1990 or more recently; professional or scholarly content.

Library Cooperative

AIC participates in a cooperative of local theological libraries, the TLCA. AIC students and faculty may visit other libraries in the TLCA, show their AIC ID card, use resources and check out books. This sharing of resources expands the materials available to the AIC community and makes our library available to others as well.