Library sections


- it contains various resources of information supporting the college degree programs.

- is also known as foreign books/ foreign materials..

- materials which are written by foreign authors.



- materials about Philippines,

- materials which are written by Filipinos.

-materials published in the Philippines.


FICTION Materials

-materials composed of foreign fiction stories in the form novels, tales, etc. usually used for leisure reading.



- compose of foreign and local materials such as magazines, journals and newspapers.

RESERVE Materials

-materials which signified by instructor/professors to be the major or related references in particular subject.


NON-PRINT Materials

- an information that also produces in formats other than print.

- this includes audio cassettes, filmstrips, microfilm, phono discs,  videodiscs, compact discs, kits, records, transparencies,  microfiches, slides, DVD’s, audio books, music scores, and deocassettes.



- materials such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, yearbooks, handbooks, almanacs, directories, atlases , etc.

  • Dictionary-gives information about words, classified into general language dictionary and special or subject.
  • Encyclopedias-provides background information in all field of knowledge, while special subjects provide information in a single area.
  • Geographical- a geographical dictionary which lists places and physical features.
  • Yearbooks -  are annual compendiums of data and statistics in a given year.
  • Almanacs- is an annual publication of statistics and other information, which will inevitably cover materials of previous years.
  • Bibliography dictionary-contains bibliographical sketches or the factual information of the lives of notable persons arranged alphabetically by surname, the same way words arranged in a dictionary.
  • Handbooks-are handy reference sources that provide miscellaneous information about a specific area of interest or topic.
  • Manuals- are reference sources that contain instructions for doing any activity.
  • Directories – are lists of names of persons, organizations usually arranged in alphabetical order that provide information such as addresses, telephone numbers, etc. of individual organizations or institutions.
  • Indexes- it is a detailed and systematically arranged list of names, terms, topics, or other references about each item which enable one to be identified and traced.
  • Government publications- are good sources of information which regards to the organization and administration of our government, their operations and activities. These provide us also with statistical information.


 EPHEMERAL Materials

- consumable materials such as  trade catalogs, telephone books, calendars, coloring books, comics, write-in books, cut out books, etc.


- is a culmination of a master’s or Ph.D. degree.

-presents the research that the student performed for a degree, its purpose is to help the student secure the degree.