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The Central Library
The Central Library

The Hezekiah Oluwasanmi Library, consists of two multi-storey wings strategically located in the heart of the campus. It has a seating capacity of 2,500 with the availability of On-line Internet access to books and journals. It is a depository for the publications of The United Nations and its Agencies including UNESCO, ILO and ECA.As at November 2004, the holdings of the Library were 645,553 volumes covering various disciplines and research areas. A digitization project of the theses, Newspapers and some historical documents is in progress. In addition to the Central Library there are faculty and departmental Libraries. Inter library services are also available.

The Obafemi Awolowo Hezekiah Oluwasanmi Library (HOL), founded in the year 1961, is an academic library and renders services to staffs and students through a number of service points which include Circulation desk, Reference desk, Catalogue, Reading rooms, Day reserve, Serials, Orders, Africana, Government Document, Information Communication & Technology (ICT) Section and Reprography.

Home to a lot of books. Take your pick – interesting, boring, academic and non-academic – you are bound to find all in this building. Do not let its outward appearance fool you, because its inner design can sometimes be complex to newcomers. The library was built to fit the terrain both front and back, and the beauty of the building is better appreciated from the inside. So if you are a student (or not), do not be scared to go in and feast your eyes.