The mission of the Prezell R. Robinson Library is to provide informational resources, services and programs,
which meet the educational goals and research needs of the university and community.
The Library resources at Saint Augustine's University are located in the Prezell R. Robinson Library, which provides information
and research services for the university community. Equity of access is provided to the physical collection of books, magazines,
and audiovisual materials through an automated, online library system. Training is provided to library users in small groups and/or large
group instruction on using the online library system and accessing and evaluating information resources.
The Library staff is comprised of information educators who prepare students, faculty, and all users to be knowledgeable and
creative information consumers.
The Prezell R. Robinson Library consists of three floors with resources such as an Archives Room, which houses documents relating to
the history of the University and rare books. The facility also contains seminar rooms with space for study groups and computer labs.
Throughout the Library are individual carrels and study tables that will seat up to 500 students.
The Library has over 100,000 volumes that represent courses offered by the divisions of Business, Liberal Arts and Education,
Natural Sciences and Mathematics and Social Sciences. The information resources are in many formats-prints, video/DVD and other audio recordings,
Internet and NC LIVE. There are approximately 300 periodicals that provide current information in support of the four academic divisions.
About 30 newspapers of local, regional and national coverage are included.
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