About

Helping fulfill the mission 
of Adler University.

Helping fulfill the mission
of Adler University.

About

The Adler University Library plays a key role in the development of socially responsible practitioners and professionals. Faculty librarians specializing in research, instruction, electronic collections, interlibrary borrowing, and distance services guide the discovery and use of essential resources in Adler University’s fields of study.

Our Library offers one of the world’s finest archives of Adlerian psychology materials. Since its founding in 1952, the Adler University Library has been providing resources to mental health professionals across the globe, and serving as a tool for improving the study of mental health for Adler University faculty, staff and students. Learn more about our history.

Our Librarians

Our librarians are available to assist students with accessing and utilizing Library resources. Meet our Library staff. Contact the Adler University Library at library@adler.edu or 312.622.4230.

Our Facilities

Library facilities support the learning, teaching, and research experience of students and faculty. Students can also access all of our electronic resources, and research assistance, online at library.adler.edu.

Visitors to the Harold & Birdie Mosak Library (Chicago) or Learning Commons (Vancouver) enjoy:

  • Personalized guidance with research and utilizing Library resources
  • The full array of online resources and print collections are available to students
  • Wireless (Wi-Fi) internet access
  • Public computers with Microsoft Office
  • Lounge areas for individual and group research