RULES AND GUIDELINES
Fines, Lost and Damaged Books
a. Php5.00 – for every hour after 9:00AM for Reserve books
b. Php50.00 – per day for Circulation books
It operates in an open shelf system. It contains fiction and non-fiction books that can be borrowed for home use for two (2) days. Borrowing, renewing, and returning books all take place at the Circulation desk.
It operates on closed shelf system. It contains books of limited copies & oftenly used by students and faculty. Books in Reserved Section can be borrowed one book at a time and maybe renewed for another hour if there is no demand for the book.
This section operates in an open shelf system. It contains all book publications regarding the Philippines and the Filipino culture, works written by Filipinos, written in Philippine languages and books about the Philippines written by foreign authors.
It operates in an open-shelf system. It contains books of general references like: encyclopedias, dictionaries, almanacs, yearbooks, manuals, handbooks, gazettes and biographical dictionaries. It also contains subject references and special collections. Reference books are for room use only.
Single issues and bound issues of current and retrospective periodicals are found in the serial section. Bound periodicals are arranged alphabetically by titles while single issues of magazines and journals are arranged by course program. The periodicals and newspapers are for room only.
External campuses are free to design their Depository Section appropriate to their setup.
Graduate School Library
Graduate school library is an open shelf system. It contains all books for the graduate school students. Theses, dissertations and feasibility studies are also found at the graduate school and these are not for home use nor photocopied.
Technical services are the behind-the-scenes activities that a library undertakes to process library materials. These activities include acquisition, classification and cataloging, mechanical processing, inventory and selection/de-selection.