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Montgomery Higher Education Consortium (MHEC): Alabama State University

This guide provides information on the MHEC libraries: Alabama State University, Auburn University Montgomery, Faulkner University, Huntingdon College, and Troy University Montgomery.

About Us

Telephone Contacts:

Library: (334) 229-4110

Reference Desk: (334) 229-4110

Circulation Desk: (334) 229-4109

Archives/Special Collections: (334) 229-4112/ 229-6839

National Center: (334) 229-4491 (Archivist)

Mailing Address:

Levi Watkins Learning Center, Alabama State University, 915 South Jackson Street
Montgomery, AL 36104-5714

Library Policies for MHEC Users

Members of the Montgomery Higher Education Consortium (MHEC) may borrow up to five (5) items at a time from the ASU library.  Items must be returned to the ASU library.

Remember, that before visiting us, you will need to stop by the circulation desk at your "home" library to get a gold consortium sticker for your college/university ID.

Database Access: MHEC users visiting ASU's library may access the public computers and databases on-site. 

Printing and photocopying:

  • Photocopying and printing cost $.10 a page.
  • The photocopiers and microform printers will accept cash. Photocopiers will also accept print cards.
  • To print from the internet (databases, websites, etc.) users need to buy a print card.
  • Print cards can be purchased for $1.00 on the first and fourth floors. Users must have a $1.00 bill to initially purchase the card.
  • Once the card is purchased users may add cash to it at any time.

** To print a typed paper users need to go to the computer lab in room 205 **

Online Catalog and Digital Library

Research Assistance

LibGuides (Research Guides) & Subject Guides

Archives & Special Collections

National Center for the Study of Civil Rights and African-American Culture

"The Mission of the Alabama State University Center for the Study of Civil Rights and African-American Culture is two-fold: to serve as a clearinghouse for information concerning Montgomery, Alabama's pivotal role in the shaping and development of the modern civil rights movement, and to preserve and disseminate information reflective of socioeconomic conditions, political culture, and history of African-Americans in Montgomery. The Center will augment classroom instruction and curriculum through its living museum, scholarly seminars, publications, and appearances of its personnel at public forums around Montgomery and elsewhere. The facility will be a place for scholars, students, lay historians, and all people interested in studying the modern civil rights movement and Montgomery's place in it."