The ASCC Library has a collection of approximately 40,000 volumes, along with the subscribed periodicals and computer database for student and faculty research. The library is designated as a federal depository library, and houses federal government publications. The library owns DVDs, CDs and audios, and videotapes for instructional purposes. The Follett Automation System is currently available at the ASCC Library.
Card catalog and Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC) provides information and easy access to the location of books. There are computers with Internet access and computer software for students and faculty.
The Teacher Education Resources Center (TERC) contains a growing collection of circulation books, sets of references books, educational journals, and instructional videos. The room is equipped with computers that can access the Knowledge-Box software, an educational database resources for students enrolled in education courses.
The Special Collection Room houses research materials on Pacific Islands and Nations, Pacific journals, video and audio cassettes, rare books, as well as Samoan History information.
Books may be borrowed from Feleti Barstow Public Library via interlibrary loan and from the University of Hawaii Libraries and other libraries in the South Pacific region.