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Bro. Paul Meuten Library (Main)
On-Site Library Hours
Monday-Fridays 7:45 AM-7:30 PM
No Noon Break
Saturdays 7:45 AM-11:30 AM
Glamang Campus Library On-Site Library Hours
Monday-Fridays 7:45 AM-5:00 PM
Saturdays 7:45 AM-11:30 AM
On-Line Library Hours
Monday-Fridays 7:45 AM-7:30 PM
No Noon Break
Saturdays 7:45 AM-11:30 AM
Upcoming Events
Library Forms

Library Instruction is available anytime upon request. Please see/chat the Readers Services Librarian and fill-up the Library Instruction Request Form .

Request a Book Purchase is when a book is needed for academic purposes but is not available in the library, you can request its purchase. Fill up the Book Acquisition Form .


MyLoft Account Creation

Have your NDDU email registered in MyLOFT to access the library's databases. Fill up the MyLOFT Account Creation Form


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The Bro. Paul Meuten Library is located at the second and third floors of Bro. Leonard Sonza Building parallel to the National Highway. It has a floor area of approximately 2,812.32 square meters. The first floor houses the office of the Director of Libraries, Internet Room, Technical Section, the Circulation and Reserve Sections, General Reference Collection, General Collection, Fiction, and Biography. The second floor houses the Graduate School and Faculty Library, Periodical Section, Filipiniana Section, the 1989 and below collection, PSA Publications and other special collections of the library. The library is open for service from 7:45 A.M. to 7:30 P.M. from Monday to Friday and 8:30 to 11:30 AM on Saturdays. The Library is close from 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM for noon break. The library is headed by the Acting Director of Libraries and is assisted by six (6) professional librarians and four (4) para-professional staffs. The collection consists of books and periodicals (both print and non-print) and other electronic resources. The library has an approximate collection of over 50,592 titles, and 82,279 volumes. It currently subscribes to local and foreign printed periodicals and makes available electronic journals and databases such as ProQuest Central and Ebrary Academic Library Complete database. These materials are supplemented by access to the Internet. In response to technological development and improve its services, the library has automated its operations using Follett Software.

Online Databases

For Remote access to the databases, message  FB@BPM.Library . State your Fullname, Course/Year and ID#.


Library Updates

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