We offer a comprehensive print collection, comprising more than 72,000 titles. The collection includes legal resources, research materials, textbooks, government reports, and leisure reading books. The core of our print collection is centered around the subjects taught by our schools, ensuring that our students and faculty have access to the most pertinent resources to excel in their studies. The collection features a diverse range of subjects, including law, management, public policy, humanities, art, architecture, economics, media, philosophy, psychology, technology, literature, history, international relations, religion, and biography.

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We take great pride in the quality of our materials, ensuring that each title in our collection is current, accurate, and relevant to our patrons. Whether you are a law student seeking the latest case law, a management student studying cutting-edge business trends, or a humanities student delving into historical research, our print collection has something for everyone.

How Can I Access The Print Collection?

The collection is displayed in 3 different areas of the library: the South block, the West block, and the Central block (also known as Central Library).

The reference materials, such as law reports, journal-bound volumes, dictionaries, bare acts, government reports, and theses/dissertations, are located in the Central block (also known as the Central Library). The South and North blocks house all other print materials, including textbooks.

We organize our print collection using the Dewey Decimal Classification System, assigning each material a class number based on its subject.

The materials are arranged in numerical order according to their class number. To locate a specific material, you can search our OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue) or use the OPAC terminals available in each block.

How Can I Borrow The Collection?

Experience the convenience and ease of self-checkout at our library. Our self-checkout kiosk allows patrons to borrow books quickly and independently using their library ID card. The kiosk is located next to the help desk(3rd floor), so assistance is readily available if needed.

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