The library serves as an information center of the whole academic community. It is supervised by professional librarians and support staff. The library staff believes that a library performs its function well when it makes its resources relevant to the information needs of the clientele. Sources alone do not make a library. It is when people interact with the sources; librarians guiding users utilizing its collection make the true meaning of the library – INFORMATION SERVICE.
A bell rings 15 minutes before the closing time to remind those who wish to borrow books before they leave to come to the circulation desk and avoid the rush.
The library collection includes books, magazines, and newspapers, journals, pamphlets, information files and other ephemeral materials. It also has a special collection of Filipiniana Materials. The Audio – Visual Center which is part of the library houses different Audio – Visual Center which is part of the library houses different Audio – Visual materials in order to enhance teaching – learning process in the classroom. Professional books and journals are housed separately for the use of the faculty for professional advancement. The library adapts the Dewey Decimal Classification System (DDC)
The library has a reading area for its clients. Individual reading carrels are also provided for researchers who wish to make extensive research without disturbance. Lounging area specifically for newspaper and magazine readers are also provided.
In order to carry out its information service function, the following services are rendered to its clients.
• Book loaning
• Indexing and Bibliographic service
• Library instruction and Orientation to students and faculty.
• AV Demonstration to faculty
• Reader’s Advisory Service
• Organization of Pamphlets and information files
• Searching, reserving and stacks service
• Literature searches
• Reference and Information Service (I&R)