The MSU Library and Resource Center (LRC) boasts an extensive collection of learning and reference materials for students and staff to use for their studies or research. The references include monographs, books, magazines, journals, theses, as well as student project reports, mainstream newspapers, and past year examination questions. Web-based full-text online journals and electronic books are also available for users to access. Students can easily access, read, download, or print journal articles or books via the internet.

The LRC is fully automated, and our own computerized system, LIS (Library Information System), provides users with information on the availability of books or materials, etc. Our experienced librarians are always at hand and willing to provide users with the necessary assistance and advice in finding and using the most appropriate sources of information.

One of our priorities is to ensure that the materials needed by users are available at their convenience. Hence, by employing our Inter-Library loan facility, we are able to borrow materials on behalf of users from other libraries throughout the country. Other facilities provided by the LRC include photocopying and computers with internet access. For privacy and convenience, the LRC also provides individual study carrels, a group study room, and an AV room.