Main, Graduate and TEA Libraries
- Circulating Books. These are books that can be
borrowed for home reading use for a period
of one week. The Filipiniana materials are integrated in the
collection. However, Filipiniana books and single copies of circulating
books that are widely used cannot be borrowed for home use.
- Reserved Books. Books that are placed in a
separate section by the library and faculty as additional reference
materials for specific curricular programs. These
can be read only within the library premises.
- Reference Materials. These include
encyclopedias, dictionaries, almanacs,
bibliographies, abstracts, manuals and handbooks. These can be read
within the library premises only.
B. Journals, Periodicals and Newspapers
These include current newspapers, magazines and journals
such as the
Philippine Daily Inquirer, Philippines Free Press, Dissertation
Abstracts International and other professional journals. These
materials are for inside reading use only.
C. Theses and Dissertations
Graduate students researches, especially theses and
dissertations, are useful resources in the library. They provide samples
of descriptive and experimental studies done by the graduate students.
These could not be taken out for home reading use. Photocopying of
these materials is not allowed. However, if written permission to
photocopy some researches is granted by the author to library
patrons, the library will oblige with the request.
- Catalog Services
- Reference Services
- Serials Services
- Technical Services
- Circulation Services
- Online Public Access Catalog(OPAC)