The James B. Ax Library, in AP&M 2325, provides a quiet place for study and collaboration, and is available for graduate students, faculty, and department visitors. The Ax Library is stocked with over two thousand mathematics and physics books from the private collection of James B. Ax. These books are primarily advanced textbooks and research monographs, and span a large number of areas in mathematics, including:
 Mathematical Physics
 Physics
 Algebra
 Analysis
 Differential Equations
 Geometry
 Number Theory
 Representation Theory
 Algebraic Geometry
 Topology
 Probability and Statistics
The library also contains smaller collections of books in the areas of Logic, Combinatorics, and Information Theory and small collections of proceedings volumes and collected works.
There is a online searchable database of the James B. Ax Library holdings. The library's books may be checked out for personal use.
