About The Library

About The Library


GJU Library is keen to provide the best services to academics, students, and staff, to support the educational and research process. While coping with modern technologies and changes in the field of libraries and resources.


The GJU library aims to be the focus of intellectual, cultural, scientific and academic life in the university, the local community and the world, it seeks to increase and enhance knowledge, as well as to enrich learning, supply scientific resources and provide access to them at any time to meet the needs of students and researchers.


The GJU library truly expresses the University's vision, mission and goals based on the integration of theoretical education and practical application (applied education), and therefore the library is the foundation for supporting the teaching and research process. It is focused on providing university students, teachers, and staff with a various number of data resources that are based on a variety of printed textbooks, electronic books, and international databases. In the aim of achieving this, the library has decided on a strategy that makes use of the most up-to-date technical tools for categorizing information sources and establishing accreditation standards for academic faculties. Additionally, the university library provides its users and visitors with the ideal learning environment by combining education on an individual basis with education in the form of research and study groups. The library participates in a variety of cultural competitions and public events to support extracurricular activities and strengthen ties with the community. Based on its strategic plan, the University Library intends to focus in the upcoming time on depending more on digital resources as well as on paper resources.

We offer many services like:

  • Borrowing and self-loaning service.
  • Digital library and electronic subscriptions.
  • Books and periodicals in all disciplines.
  • Computer lab, internet access, online services.
  • Study areas.
  • Training workshops on using digital resources and other library resources.
  • Kindle handbook devices.
  • Screens for group study.
  • Cultural activities.
  • Community services.