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FAMU Libraries: Academic Program Support

Library Resources for Academic Programs

Library resources and services are sufficient to ensure the achievement of the goals and outcomes of the various programs. The University Libraries provide collections of current books, periodicals, and pertinent reference materials, which are readily accessible to students and are sufficient in scope to support the  curriculum. The Samuel H. Coleman Memorial Library (the main library) and branch libraries provide traditional print and bibliographic and abstracting databases, as well as electronic access to full text databases, e-journals, and e-books.


These documents include library holdings targeted for use by the general campus and community population, as well as holdings targeted to support specified programs.  For the most up to date information please go the to Academic Program Support page.

 

Library Resources & Services in Support of Degrees and Programs

Library resources and services are sufficient to ensure the achievement of the goals and outcomes of the various programs. The University Libraries provide collections of current books, periodicals, and pertinent reference materials, which are readily accessible to students and are sufficient in scope to support the  curriculum. The Samuel H. Coleman Memorial Library (the main library) and branch libraries provide traditional print and bibliographic and abstracting databases, as well as electronic access to full text databases, e-journals, and e-books.


These documents include library holdings targeted for use by the general campus and community population, as well as holdings targeted to support specified programs.