Vision, Mission, Objectives and Goals



  • To be recognized as center of intense intellectual inquiry of the University to support the academic and research community. 


  • To advance knowledge, promote information skills and lifelong learning.
  • To provide a secure and stimulating environment for study and research responding with a commitment to service to the diverse needs of users.
  • To offer a rich and diverse research collection and repository of knowledge, using leading technology for seamless access.
  • To be collaborative, fulfilling university’s responsibilities with faculty and with university services, and reaching out through partnerships with other academic institutions.


  • Provide a diverse university community with the information resources and services fundamental to learning and the pursuit of knowledge.
  • Collect information which supports the curricular and research needs of the University and, in collaboration with other research institutions.
  • Facilitate use of the collection.
  • Ensure the availability of materials for future users.
  • Anticipate and respond effectively to the needs of its users.
  • Maintain its commitment to access to information.
  • Ensure expert management of its resources and services.


  • Assist in meeting the information needs of the user community.
  • Identify and procure materials necessary for its collections.
  • Disseminate information through electronic resources.
  • Provide bibliographic access to materials held by the Library through accepted cataloging techniques.
  • Preserve  and conserve the library collection.
  • Foster information literacy through formal and informal instruction in the use of information resources and services.
  • Increase user awareness through promotion of library services and resources.
  • Evaluate periodically services offered by the Library.
  • Comply with copyright regulations and educate users about intellectual property issues.
  • Support ongoing staff training and education.