The John F. Kennedy University Libraries
The collections of the University libraries and Learning Resource Centers number more than 100,000 volumes and 1,000 print journals and include access to over 10,000 full-text journal titles. The holdings of all libraries are reflected in the online catalog. JFK University faculty, students, alumni, and staff in good standing with the library have access and borrowing privileges at all libraries. Alumni are eligible for a complimentary library card. The libraries are open to the general public for onsite use of library materials and services..
Robert M. Fisher Library
The Robert M. Fisher Library (Pleasant Hill Campus) is the University’s central library, with an extensive collection of online resources. For more information about this library, click here.
The Law Library is based on the Pleasant Hill campus and meets the requirements of the Committee of Bar Examiners of The State Bar of California. The librarians and their assistants offer individualized research assistance. Click here to learn more about the resources available through the Law Library.
Student Resource Center
The Student Resource Center, located on the Pleasant Hill Campus, offers students support with writing, career services, disability services, and advising for international students. The Center partners with the library to provide career resources on job search, resume preparation, labor market information, and job listings. To learn more about the Center, see the listing under "Current Students" on the "Students" section of this website.
Learning Resource Centers
Learning Resource Centers in Berkeley and San Jose support students with reference collections, access to the vast resources of the University’s libraries, computer labs, and on-site support for writing and research.