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Welcome to the Saint Mary’s University Learning Resource Center!
The Saint Mary’s University Learning Resource Center (SMULRC, for short) comprises of the following: the College Library (Fr. John Van Bauwel Hall), the Jubilee Library , the Law and SPAG Library, the High School Learning Resource Center and the Grade School Learning Resource Center. The College Library, the Jubilee Library, and the Law and SPAG Library are in the main college campus. The Rev. John Van Bauwel Hall, a three-storey L-shaped building with mezzanine, houses the College Library, the eLibrary and the Multimedia Section (formerly Teachers’ Center). The library sections in this building are: the General Collection, the General Reference Section, the Filipiniana Section, the Library and Information Science Corner, the eLibrary Sections, the Multimedia Section, the Sci/Math Section, the Nursing Section, the Philosophy-Theology Section, the Professional Education Corner, the Graduate School Corner, and the Archives. The third floor of the building is now used for classroom purposes and AVR 2. The Jubilee Library , also a three storey building with a mezzanine, houses the following section: Theses and Dissertations Section, Periodicals Section, the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank and United Nations Depository Libraries, the Accountancy and Business/Commerce Section; the Engineering and Architecture Section with Information Technology (IT) Section. The Rev. John Van Bauwel Hall and the Jubilee Library buildings are connected by means of bridge. The Jubilee Library is one of the landmarks of the University. The university library is also a depository library of three international agencies: the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank and the United Nations. The primary objectives of the University Library is to support and advance the different academic programs of the university as a whole, the research and instructional needs of the faculty, the reading and learning needs of the students, and the community extension service programs of the university. The library resources are primarily for use of the St. Mary’s University academic community. However, some sections, like the World Bank, Asian Development Bank and United Nations depository libraries, are opened to students, researchers and also to the constituents of the province of Nueva Vizcaya.