The Mayagüez Campus General Library consists of the Main Library and one special departmental collection. The library provides resources and services related to the particular curricula offered and the research conducted on campus. Subject interests are: engineering, agriculture, animal industries, natural and applied sciences and technology, energy, marine and environmental sciences. Although the library's primary interest is to provide services to its academic community, most of its services are also open to the general community. An estimate of the library holdings includes: 164,068 volumes of books, 5,259 journals, 263,982 microfiches, 12,719 micro cards, 19,486 microfilms, 561,641 government documents, 949 films, 8,149 maps, 8,458 sound recordings, 606 musical scores, 917 sound magnetic tapes, 24,810 slides, 4,550 videocassettes, 687 filmstrips, 5,109 CD/DVD, 104 computer programs, 3,585 theses and dissertations.
To guarantee access to relevant, reliable, and current information required for the effective teaching and research endeavors of the academic community:
To become a key factor in the teaching and research endeavors of the academic community. To place the library as the leader in delivering library services, resources, and technologies in Puerto Rico.
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