Present your school ID to student library assistant on duty upon entering the library for identification.
Wear or pin school ID properly.
Present belongings for inspection to student library assistant on duty before going out.
The library serves only bonafide students, faculty, staff, administrators and off-campus researchers.
Students. Students are required to present their current valid Identification Cards every time they borrow any library materials either for inside use or for home reading. They can borrow a maximum of ten(10) books at a time.
Faculty. Each faculty member may borrow a maximum of fifteen(15) books to be used in classes for a period of one(1) month. Staff can borrow books subject to the general borrowing policy.
Alumni. Alumni are required to present their current/renewed alumni ID every time they use the library facilities for free. They can use books and other library materials inside the library only.
Off-Campus Researchers. Off-Campus researchers who want to use the library are required to present a referral letter from their chief librarian or any authorized persons of their school. They are required to fill-up the Off-Campus Researcher Official Permit, pay at the Accounting Office and present the Official Receipt as payment for library fee in a day or one time use only. Charges: Undergraduate P40.00; Graduate P50.00.
Books should be returned to the Circulation counter on the due date indicated.
Reserved books borrowed for overnight use should be returned not later than 9:00 a.m. the following school day.
Renewals & Reservation
Books maybe renewed as long as they have not been reserved.
Books that are checked out by others can be reserved.
Penalties & Fines
A book fine is charged to student and faculty for failure to return a book on its due date.
Charging of fines for overdue books should not exceed with the original price of the book.
Library users with an overdue books or unpaid fines are not allowed to borrow library materials for home reading until all library obligations are settled.
All fines must be paid directly to the Accounting Office. Receipt of payment is presented to the librarian for recording and accounting purposes.