Academy of Islam was established on 1st April 1981 after the incorporation of the Kelantan Foundation for Islamic Higher learning into the University of Malaya. It was later officially known as the Academy of Islamic Studies as the result of the re-organization of the Academy of Islam on the 15th January 1996.
More details about borrowing policy of Academy of Islamic Studies Library, refer to the Table of Borrowing Privilege:
The collection placed at open shelves and meant to support the teaching and learning purposes.
Academic Reserves Collection
Placed all recommended reading materials suggested by lecturers in their reading lists. Can be borrowed for 7 days.
The collection consists of all reference materials such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, handbooks, etc.
All academic exercises, dissertations and theses written by Academy of Islamic Studies students are available here. This collection is for reference only.
Free Range Reading Collection
Free range reading collection consists of light reading materials such as novels, hobbies, current affairs. It is initiated to encourage students to read other than their academic books.