All members of the ACG community, including current students, faculty, staff and registered alumni, are entitled to use the Alba library and to take advantage of its resources, services & facilities.
Alba students, faculty and staff are also entitled to use the John S. Bailey Library at the Aghia Paraskevi Campus using their Alba or ACG ID.
Library on COVID-19 | Updates
We are pleased to announce the return of full capacity in the library’s reading room.
Please note that while social distancing requirements have been eased, all users:
If you have any questions please ask us at [email protected]
Working schedule for the Christmas period
The book collection totals about 5.500 titles covering the fields of economics, finance, management, marketing, law, shipping, as well as the social sciences.
The periodical publications collection consists of a back-file of journals and magazines which totals 170 titles covering a variety of topics as seen and examined from a variety of perspectives ranging from the academic to the everyday.
The Library provides access to a wide range of electronic resources to support research, teaching and learning. Current Alba students, faculty and staff benefit from a number of invaluable resources covering all academic disciplines emphasizing the areas of Business, Management, Economics, Law, Marketing and Shipping. Alba Library users can enrich their learning experience by searching and finding articles, e-books, statistical data and a great variety of content on more than 45 databases including Clarksons Research – Shipping Intelligence Network (SIN), Datastream (Thomson Reuters), EBSCOhost databases, Emerald Insight, Financial Times, JSTOR, Lloyd's list, ProQuest Ebook Central, ScienceDirect and more.
The Student Projects Collection.
More than 400 past student projects (Dissertations, Business Plans and Field Consulting Projects) available for reference purposes only.
Monday – Friday: 10:00 – 20:00
Saturday: 10:00 – 18:00
By Telephone: 210 8964531-8, ext. 2246 & 2282
By e-mail: [email protected]