Collections

The collections are comprised of books, pamphlets, journals and newspaper clippings.

Reference Collection

Reference department houses encyclopedias, Dictionaries, newspaper clippings, West Indies collection and books that are heavily used and in great demand. Materials in this section can only be used in the library.

Reserved Book Collection

The reserved book collection is a collection of textbooks recommended by lecturers. Materials in this section can only be borrowed for overnight and / or weekends.

Open Stacks

Materials in this section can be borrowed up to two weeks.

Our Collections are arranged according to the Dewey Decimals Systems as follows:

000 – General Knowledge Almanacs, Encyclopedias, Libraries, Museums, Newspapers

100 – Psychology and Philosophy Death and Dying, Ethics, Feelings, Logic, Making Friends

200 – Religions and Mythology Amish, Bible Stories, Buddhism, Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Quakers, and other world religions; Greek, Roman and other myths

300 – Social Sciences and Folklore Careers, Customs, Environment, Families, Folktales, Government, Manners, Money, Recycling

400 – Languages and Grammar Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Sign Language, Spanish. Includes dictionaries.

500 – Math and Science Animals, Biology, Chemistry, Dinosaurs, Fish, Geology, Insects, Physics, Planets, Plants

600 – Medicine and Technology Computers, Cookbooks, Engineering, Farming, Health, Human Body, Inventions, Manufacturing, Nutrition

700 – Art and Recreation Architecture, Crafts, Drawing, Games, Jokes, Music, Puppets, Songbooks, Sports

800 – Literature Children’s Literature, Plays, Poetry, Shakespeare, Writing…

900 – Geography History Biographies, Countries, Native Americans, States, Travel, Wars

Reference Service

  • Arrangement Author/Title/Subject
  • Subject index
  • Newspaper clippings
  • Vertical file
  • Periodicals
  • Librarian available to answer your reference queries.
  • Each student on registration in the library receives two (2) readers ticket, these are kept in the library.

 

Fines

Overdue fine must be paid on the return of any overdue items.
Two weeks loan — $ 5.00 per day
R.B.C. loan — $ 5.00 per day
Lost/damped library materials must be replaced. Students who are unable to pay for damage or replace the lost books will lose their right to use the library.