February 27 - March 3
USC Research Day 2017
University in Focus: Maintaining Relevancy and Sustainability in a changing higher education environment
Things to Remember
The Library is a vital part of the academic programme at USC. It serves as an informational and learning resource centre in supporting the overall curriculum goals of the University.
There are eight main collections which are divided into circulating (for loan) and non-circulating (library use only)
The Main Collection (M1--Open Stacks)
Students are free to browse and select material from the Main Collection on the first floor of the Library. Loan category: 21 day.
The West Indian Collection (M1--West Indian Collection)
Contains books either about the West Indies, written by West Indians or published in the West Indies. Loan category: 21 day.
The Reserve Collection (“M1--Reserve Collection
Loan category” or “M1 -- Course Reserve: Loan category”): Contains both Library and lecturer owned material. The material will either be on course or permanent reserve. This system is intended to ensure the accessibility of limited material to a large number of students. Loan categories: 7day, 2day, 2hour, 2hour/overnight.
For full collection listing plus many more resources click here to visit our University Library Online.
Where we are
Near the southern end of the campus, obliquely opposite the Men’s Residence Hall and directly opposite the University Cafeteria.
For more information, visit USC Libraries online.