Centre for Accounting Studies Library
The library was established
in 1979 it is as old as the Centre itself.
The purpose was to support teaching and
learning both to lecturers and students.
The library provides the
following services to its clientele:
MEMBERSHIP AND ACCESS
All students enrolled with Centre for
Accounting Studies, staff, students,
part-time lecturers and external borrowers
have to register with the library in order
to have access to library materials.
External borrowers are charged membership as
the key to membership and access.
Centre for accounting studies staff, full
time or part time have the right to borrow
library materials as well as all enrolled
students and external borrowers.
Lecturers and part time lecturers are
allowed to borrow fifteen items,
Administrative staff, Students and external
users six items.
Items borrowed must be returned on or before
the date due to avoid fines.
Library users may reserve items borrowed by
other users at the library circulation desk.
Library users are free to renew items
borrowed under their names by bringing them
at the circulation desk to avoid fines.
Additionally, renewals are allowed only if
items are not requested by other users and
can not be done more than two times.
Are scarce but important materials that
lecturers or librarians find useful for the
course of study. The purpose is to provide a
greater access to a number of students.
Reserve items may be borrowed for two hours
or overnight and returned the next morning.
Centre for accounting studies library
provides a reading space for its clientele
even though the reading capacity is small.
It accommodates only sixty readers at a
The library provides two workstations for
the students. To access the computers a
booking sheet has to be filled and users are
given an opportunity to use them for one
hour. Each of this workstations may be used
to access Internet and for academic
purposes. Printing is also provided for
academic materials only.
Photocopying is provided to both staff and
students, but for students, it is available
The library collection consists of books,
magazines, pamphlets, CD`s, and Newspapers.
Subjects covered are: Information
Technology, Economics, Tax, Law,
Accountancy, Management, Marketing, ACCA,
CIMA and CAT.
Library opening hours are
subject to change especially during exams.
Monday & Wednesday
Tuesday & Thursday
Library Rules and Regulations