ABOUT US

ABOUT US

 

Brief History

 
The Central Luzon Agricultural School (CLAS) now Central Luzon State University (CLSU) was established by virtue of Executive Order No. 10 dated 12 April 1907, it cannot be ascertained if a specific library that was custom fit for students perusal of the farm school was available. “In 1913, however, the students were provided with a library consisting of farming slides which were flashed occasionally together with the regular films shown at that time“(Roque, 1987). The library collection grew over the years through various donations and grants made to the University.
 
During the 1990 earthquake, the former library building was destroyed and most of the collections were damaged. The new library building was occupied in the last quarter of 1992 and inaugurated in November 1993. It is a two story building located along Academic Avenue, at the back of the University Registrar and Office of Admissions Building.
 
Today, the CLSU Library continually strives to improve its services through innovating and increasing of facilities and information resources. 

 

Library Administrators

  • Nuelah SJ. Reyes, University Librarian, June 13, 2013 - Present
  • Zoraida E. Bartolome, University Librarian, January 4, 2003 – June 11, 2013, Officer-in-charge, August 15, 2002 – January 3, 2003
  • Elizabeth U. Salvador, Officer-in-charge, September 2001 – August 2002
  • Celia D. dela Cruz, University Librarian, March 2, 1972 – September 21, 2001
  • Lucena L. Bolivar, Officer-in-charge, September 1969 – March 1972
  • Celia T. Derecho, Senior Librarian, 1966 – 1969
  • Adelia G. Binoya, College Librarian, 1952 – 1966
  • Juan P. Viray, Library in-charge, 1945 - 1950
 

Mission

 
CLSU Library mission will be a leading information resources provider supporting curricular offerings of the University.  We will deliver, disseminate quality, state-of-the-art  sources  of  information, applicable  library  technologies and  services  to  our  users,  to prepare them for global competitiveness & sustainable development.

 

Vision 

 
CLSU  Library will  be  the  country’s  premier agriculture  and  extension information resources provider  to  attain  its Institutional  vision as a model comprehensive  institution  of higher  learning  dedicated  to service  and  excellence.