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Library
The UST Miguel de Benavides
Library started in the early part of the 17th
Century. From a modest personal library of
Father Miguel de Benavides, founder of the
institution, it has grown as an institution of
priceless information resources. The Library
is known as a heart of learning, providing
services to the University and off-campus
researchers. It has sixteen sections and four
branch libraries. The Miguel de Benavides
Library houses a rich collection of around
half a million volumes of print and non-
print materials.
Mission
Vision
The UST Miguel de Benavides library envisions itself
to be the leading academic information resource
center of the Philippines by delivering world class
library and information services to meet the needs of
the local international community through service
excellence.
The UST Miguel de Benavides library, inspired
by its model, St. Thomas Aquinas, affirms and
commits itself:
 to provide its client with timely access to a
continuously expanding library collection;
 promote interest in reading and research work
among the community;
 participate in global information exchange and
community development;
 pursue the professional advancement of its staff;
 preserve the rich heritage of the university.

AMV Mission
The UST Alfredo M. Velayo College
of Accountancy dedicates itself to:
provide quality accounting education

in the formation of competent, compassionate,
and committed professionals who are active
agents of social transformation;

 enhance competencies of its academic and

non-academic personnel through continuous
` training and development;
 undertake research and apply research
findings for the improvement of business
practices that will promote economic and

social well-being;
 create and maintain a positive

public presence by actively
responding to the needs of
industry, government and
society.
AMV Vision
The UST Alfredo M.
Velayo College of
accountancy envisions
itself as a premier institu-

tion and research in Asia,
producing morally upright
world-class accountants
effecting social transfor-
mation.
tion in accounting educa-
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Thomasian Rate
Non-Thomasian Rate
Facilities
Discussion Rooms- Located at the ground floor of
the Central Library is the Discussion Rooms where
small group studies may be accommodated.

Individual Study Room- These cubicles are used
specifically for Graduate School students who are
working on their thesis/dissertation, foreign students,
and board reviewees.

Reader’s Café- The establishment serves as a
laboratory for Hotel and Restaurant Management
senior students operated and managed by the
College of Tourism and Hospitality Management.

Conference Hall- Located at the ground floor with
104 seating capacity, this hall is intended for
activities such as library orientations, seminars, and
other related activities for a fee.

LoReNZo
WebOPAC
OPAC is used to access the library
collections. Several units have been
installed at the different sections and
branch libraries for the purpose of
search and retrieval information.
The University of Santo Tomas, the Pontifical and
Catholic University of the Philippines, inspired by the
ideals of St. Dominic de Guzman and guided by the
teachings of St. Thomas Aquinas, dedicates herself
to the pursuit of truth through the production,
advancement, and transmission of knowledge for
the formation of competent and compassionate
professionals, committed to the service of the
Church, the nation, and the global community.
UST Vision
UST Mission
The University of Santo Tomas, the Pontifical and
Catholic University of the Philippines, inspired by the
ideals of St. Dominic de Guzman and guided by the
teachings of St. Thomas Aquinas, dedicates herself
to the pursuit of truth through the production,
advancement, and transmission of knowledge for
the formation of competent and compassionate
professionals, committed to the service of the
Church, the nation, and the global community.
Faculty Area- Adjacent to the Graduate School
section is the Faculty Area. There are computers
available to UST faculty members for internet
searching and encoding purposes, research works
and reports. Lockers for textbook, thesis and
dissertation writers are available upon request.

Drafting Area- This is located at the Humanities
Section, where tables and chairs are specially
designed for drafting and drawing purposes. The
use of this facility is on a first come, first served
basis.

Exhibit Area- A portion at the ground floor of the
Central Library is reserved for exhibition and display
purposes. Other colleges and departments may also
use this facility upon request. Request for the use of
the exhibit area should be addressed to the Prefect
of Librarians or Chief Librarian.