XU LIBRARY SYSTEM

Unless otherwise indicated library hours are:  8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.   Monday - Friday

                                                                               8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.   Saturday

AGRICULTURE LIBRARY (4F, Library Annex)

The Agriculture Library consists of books and journals needed by the students and faculty of the College of Agriculture.  It has a seating capacity for 100 persons.

 

AMERICAN CORNER  (2F Main LIbrary)

The American Corner houses a special collection of materials for use in courses with American content and to those interested in American culture, institutions and society.  Collections number close to 3,000 volumes, 31 periodical titles plus an assortment of electronic resources, article alerts, brochures and pamphlets.  The EBSCO MasterFile Elite database is available here.

 

AUDIOVISUAL SECTION  (1F Library Annex)

More than 5,000 titles of multimedia materials and a variety of equipment are provided to support the academic needs of undergraduate and graduate students and faculty.  Reservations for the use of the viewing rooms are made here. 

Service Hours:

Monday - Friday        7:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Saturday                  8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT & ACCOUNTANCY LIBRARY  (2F Library Annex)

The Business Management & Accountancy Library houses books and journals intended for the students and faculty of the School of Business Management & Accountancy.  It has a seating capacity for 100 persons.

 

ENGINEERING LIBRARY (4F Library Annex)

The Engineering Library provides the materials needed by the students and faculty of the College of Engineering.

 

FILIPINIANA LIBRARY  (3F Main Library)

The Filipiniana Library consists of materials about the Philippines and its peoples.  It has close to 8,400 volumes, 386 periodical titles, and 16 subscriptions to local and national newspapers.  The library also includes collections of baby theses done by undergraduate students in the area of biology, chemistry, business management and engineering.  It is also a depository of the National Statistics Information Center.  

 

GRADUATE LIBRARY  (2F Main Library)

The Graduate Library supports the Graduate School.  It holds more than 6,500 volumes and 800+ titles of theses and dissertations. It has a seating capacity for 65 students and faculty.

 

LAW LIBRARY  (3F Main Library)

The Law Library provides the special materials needed by the students and faculty of the College of Law.  Its up-to-date collection of 4,200 volumes includes a complete set of Philippine Reports, Supreme Court Reports Annotated, as well as copies of the Official Gazette, law and case digests, periodicals, plus the CD-ROMs Phil Juris and Lex Libris.  It has a seating capacity for 140 students and faculty.

 

MEDICAL LIBRARY  (4F Community Health Care Clinic)

The Medical Library supports the College of Medicine.  It has over 4,500 volumes in the basic and clinical medical sciences, and public health and 256 periodical titles.  It maintains a Cyber Library that has internet connections, Online Medical Multimedia Catalogue (courtesy of XU-JPRCM), a number of CD-ROM databases and various interactive CDs.  It is also a depository of the World Health Organization.  

Service Hours:

Monday - Friday        8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Saturday                  8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.      

 

NURSING LIBRARY  (5F Library Annex)

The Nursing Library provides the books and journals needed by the students and faculty of the College of Nursing.  It has a seating capacity for 100 persons.

 

SERIALS LIBRARY  (3F Main Library)

The collection supports the academic needs of undergraduate and graduate students.  There are 1,328 serial titles as well as 2,653 titles from FAO, 662 titles of government publications, 56 titles in microfilm, and 219 titles in microfiche.  Back issues (starting 1994) of national newspapers are available in microfilm.  The Serials Library also houses the Xavieriana collection.    

 

UNDERGRADUATE LIBRARY

The Undergraduate Library consists of the 2nd & 3rd floors of the Library Annex.  The 2nd floor houses Current Books (last 5 years of publication) while the 3rd floor houses books related to the core courses and course offering in the arts & sciences and education. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

   

 

  

 

 

 

   

 

  

 

 

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