During the semester:
During final exams week the Library is open until midnight.
During the summer and winter vacations:
The Call Number is the address of the book. Once you find the book in the catalog, you need to jot down the Call Number. It will show you where the book is. Check the Call Number locator here.
Each student has the right to check out up to 20 books and up to 3 reserve materials, 3 magazines, 3 CDs, or DVDs at a time. During the summer break, each student can take up to 5 books.
The loan period for a book is 21 days. You can extend that period either through your Library account or at the Circulation Desk. You can find instructions on how to do it here.
Reserves are kept at the Circulation Desk. You could borrow up to 3 materials for 2 hours.
No, reserve materials are Library use only.
Yes, the fine for overdue Library materials is 10 cents per day for each material. For reserve materials the delay fine is 1 dollar. The amount is added to your student’s account at the end of the semester.
A patron who has lost a book can either replace it or pay the price of the book plus a 10-dollar processing fee.
You can either suggest a book or use the Interlibrary Loan service.
Yes, you can find instructions here.
Click on “My Account” link on the Library home page. Enter your user name and password (they are the same, i.e. the 10-digit barcode number at the back of your AUBG ID card).
Yes! All you need to do is log in to your Library account and then go to My Account. To change your password, choose the “Contact”.
You can request books that have been checked out by someone else. To do so, log in to “My Account” and search for the book once again. When you find it, go to “Copies” and click on the “Request” button.You will receive an automatic e-mail notification.
Once you log in to My Account, go to “Checked Out” to renew a book. If you receive a message that the Renewal is unsuccessful, please refer to a librarian.
Although the Library is open to the public, only AUBG students, faculty, and staff have borrowing privileges.
Yes! There is a Printing Room in the Library situated on the ground floor, near the Circulation Desk. There are 2 printers – black-and-white and color. You can print from not only the computers in the Printing Room but also from any computer in the Library/BAC.
Last updated: October 2018
Ketevan Chincharadze (‘19) is the first AUBG student to graduate with a major in Psychology. We sat down with her to learn more about her motivation to pursue one of the newest majors at AUBG, her experience with creating a Psychology Club at the university and her plans for the future.
Aneta Gerginova from Sofia is the first winner of the Rising Impactors Scholarship – a joint initiative of AUBG and the Bulgarian business that supports future university students who carry out positive change for their communities and the world. Girginova competed against 12 high school students from across Bulgaria and won thanks to her project Моят стрес е моята промяна that helps people tackle stress in life and work.
Our town celebrates French music and culture this weekend at the annual Франкофоли Благоевград / Francofolies Blagoevgrad Festival. If you’re around, don’t miss your chance to see LP, Caravan Palace, Morandi Official Page and many more!
Dr. Julia Watkins returned to campus in May to address the 25th graduating class at the 2019 Commencement Ceremony. We sat down to talk about AUBG then and now, and how the university has grown in the past almost 30 years.