Labriola Center Tour Day

This event last occurred Sept. 2, 2021

The ASU Library’s Labriola National American Indian Data Center welcomes the entire ASU community to its home on the Tempe campus for a day of tours and community conversation. Come explore the spaces, services, resources and the history of the Labriola Center, including its contributions to Indigenous success, scholarship and art.

Connect and get reacquainted with the Labriola Center and its primary place in Hayden Library – the original second-floor space that the Labriola Center seeks to reintroduce to the ASU Indigenous community – and learn about its new third-floor space. 

This will also be an opportunity to meet the center’s new director, Alex Soto, and student staff and learn about what’s to come in the year ahead, ways to collaborate and how the Labriola Center can benefit student success, academic scholarship and Indigenous creativity.

Each tour is limited to 15 participants and will be 40 minutes in length. Tours will begin in the ground-floor lobby of Hayden Library. Registration is required for all tours:

10 a.m. tour

11 a.m. tour

Noon tour

5:30 p.m. tour

ASU students sit and talk in the Labriola Center

Hayden Library ground floor lobby

For more information contact:

Alex Soto
ASU Library
alexander.soto@asu.edu