Whitecliffe Library

COVID-19 announcement regarding the library:

  • Please note that the Whitecliffe Library will be closed until further notice.
  • Library books will be available for click and collect from 11 May 2020. See more details.
  • If you currently have library items, you can return them in the return box located at reception (level 7) or send them back by courier from 11 May 2020. See address details.
  • Find out more about Lockdown Library Services.

Please feel free to email library@whitecliffe.ac.nz if you have any queries. In the meantime stay safe and healthy and we look forward to seeing you again when we reopen.

The Whitecliffe Library provides specialist resources and services to support our students and staff with their study and information needs.

Located on Level 14, 67 Symonds Street.

The library collection consists of over eight thousand books containing extensive knowledge in the disciplines of fine arts, fashion and graphic design, arts therapy as well as a comprehensive list of visual arts magazines, journals and e-databases.

Our library also holds e-databases and e-learning platforms on computing and information technology.​Explore the Library Catalogue​ & E-Resources

Whitecliffe Library is located on Level 14, 67 Symonds Street. It is open Monday to Friday between 8.30am - 4.30pm. If you have any questions, please contact us, our library staff are always here to assist you.

Email: library@whitec​liffe.ac.nz
Phone: ​09 601 8936

*The Library is also open on weekends during Masters Seminars. Open weekends are marked on the academic calendar and hours are posted on the library door.

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If you would like to ask us a question or request more information, please detail your enquiry using the form below. If you would like you can contact us directly on 0800 800 300, email us or use the contact us form.

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