UST Junior High School Library
UST Senior High School Library
Ground floor, right wing, Father's Residence
About Our Collections
The Library is located at the Ground Floor Lobby, Right Wing of the Fathers Residence. It is called “Ecclesiastical” because it pertains to the sciences which are necessary for the formation of those who will serve the church.
It provides collection of books and periodicals mainly on Philosophy, Theology and Canon Law. It also holds volumes of rare books.
The Ecclesiastical Library has adopted a mixed system of Classification of its materials: Lynn’s Alternative Classification for Theology and Canon Law books, Library of Congress Classification for Philosophy books.
The Lynn’s Classification follows the division of Theology: BQ, Christian Literature, BQT for Theology Books, BQV for Canon Law Books, BQX for Church History. The Library of Congress follows the Division for Philosophy: B for Philosophy in General, BC for Logic, BD for Speculative Philosophy, BF for Psychology, Parapsychology, Occult Sciences, BH for Aesthetics and BJ for Ethics.
The purpose of the library is to serve the needs of the faculties and students of the UST Ecclesiastical Faculties.
Only students and faculty members of the Ecclesiastical Faculties and Institute of Religion are allowed to borrow books from the library. However, faculty members from other colleges who are writing on their thesis and dissertation may also avail of the library materials.
Only faculty members and students of the Ecclesiastical Faculties are allowed to use the Internet stations for a maximum of one hour.
Library Schedule : 8:00-12:00 ; 1:00-6:00 p.m.
Monday – Saturday (Regular School Days)
Rules and Regulations
Only students and faculty members of the Ecclesiastical Faculties, Graduate school and Institute of Religion are allowed to borrow books from the library. However, faculty members from other colleges who are writing on their thesis and dissertation enrolled at UST may also avail of the Library materials.
Students from other colleges may use the Library for research purpose only, from Monday to Saturday, between 1-6 PM.
Due to its limited seating capacity, the Head Librarian shall have the prerogative to decide the number of students to be accommodated from other colleges during the specified allotted time.
Students from other colleges are not allowed to borrow any library material; they shall only be allowed to photocopy.
Request for any library material that is needed for classroom discussion or activity must be in writing, duly signed by either the professor or adviser. More so, said material must be returned immediately after class or activity.
Off-campus researchers are required to present a temporary permit issued by the General Reference and Information Section. Researchers shall follow the rules implemented by UST Miguel de Benavides Central Library.
Reviewees are not allowed in the Library.
Consortium of Libraries for Ecclesiastical Studies
The following shall be strictly observed by each consortium member:
Only the academic institutions in the aforementioned list shall be entitled to avail of the library services.
Aside from the policies covering the "No Library Fee" day, the following policies on off-campus researchers shall still be strictly observed.
Securing a Referral Letter (valid only for the specified date) from the Librarian of the member institution or any duly-authorized representative in the absence of the former
Presentation of one (1) valid school ID
The free day policy shall be based on the submitted schedules of the respective academic institutions, which are as follows:
Divine Word Seminary School of Theology Wednesday-Friday/ 1-3pm
Don Bosco Center of Studies Saturdays/ 7:30 am-4:30pm
Loyola School of Theology Saturdays/8am–4pm
St. Vincent School of Theology Monday-Friday/ 8am–5pm
University of Santo Tomas Saturdays/ 8am-12nn; 1-6pm
The maximum number of researchers for each consortium member shall be as follows:
Number of Researchers Allowed
Divine Word Seminary School of Theology 3 Researchers
Don Bosco Center of Studies Open
Loyola School of Theology 5 Researchers
St. Vincent School of Theology 10 Researchers
University of Santo Tomas 3 students per institution
All members are obliged to follow this mandate, unless an institution decides to terminate its membership. In such case, the consortium shall still function according to
its rules and procedures.
These policies shall exclusively govern the members of the Consortium of Libraries for Ecclesiastical Studies, which is composed of the following academic institutions:
Institution: Divine Word Seminary School of Theology
Address: SVD Rd. Brgy. San Jose Tagaytay City
Librarian/s: Ms. Veronica J. Lepalam
Contact Nos.: (046) 413-1253
E-mail Address: email@example.com
Institution: Don Bosco Center of Studies
Address: Better Living Subd. Parañaque
Librarian/s: Ms. Ana S. Montañez
Contact Nos.: (02) 823-9483
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Institution: Loyola School of Theology
Address: Katipunan Road, Loyola Heights, Quezon City
Librarian/s: Ms. April Manabat
Contact Nos.: 426-6430 – 35 Loc. 3631
E-mail Address: email@example.com
Institution St. Vincent School of Theology:
Address: 221 Tandang Sora Ave. QC
Librarian/s: Ms. Felicidad R. Aguilar
Ms. Mylene U. Urcia
Contact Nos.: 939-4361/930-9392
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Institution: UST Ecclesiastical Faculties
Address: España, Manila
Librarian/s: Mrs. Michelle M. San Gabriel
Contact Nos.: 406- 1611 loc. 8331
E-mail Address: email@example.com
4th floor, St. Martin de Porres Building
The Health Sciences Library is found at the fourth floor of the Saint Martin de Porres building. This library serves primarily the needs of the students of the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, College of Nursing, College of Rehabilitation Sciences, faculty members, alumni of UST and off-campus researchers.
Its collections cover the field of medical arts and health sciences that are available in print and CD formats.
*Opens from Monday to Saturday, 7:00am to 7:00pm.
LIBRARY PATHFINDERS FOR MEDICINE
EDUCATION HIGH SCHOOL Library
Ground floor, Albertus Magnus Bldg.
The library caters mainly to EHS students, Faculty members and practice teachers.
The library houses a vast collection of up-to-date resources of books and periodicals and non-print materials (CDs, DVDs, maps, posters, etc.)
An Activity Area is situated inside the library offering a venue for various activities like contests, film showing, talks, performance tasks, presentations, and other related activities. Reservation of the Area is required.
The library has a seating capacity of 87 while the activity area has a seating of 87 while the activity area has a seating capacity of 30.
Students from the UST Senior High School (SHS) and other colleges are allowed to use the EHS Library if they have a permission slip from the SHS Library or from the General Reference Section of the UST Miguel de Benavides Library.
*Opens from Monday to Friday, 8:00am - 12:00nn and 1:00pm - 5:00pm.
LIBRARY PATHFINDERS FOR EDUCATION HIGH SCHOOL
UST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
2nd floor, Benavides Bldg.
The UST High School Library is located on the second floor of the Benavides building. It has substantial collection of print and non-print materials covering a wide array of subjects, academic or literature in nature. This library generally serves the needs of the students under secondary curriculum, as well as faculty members and student researchers who are in need of relevant reference materials.
*Opens from Monday to Friday, 7:00am - 5:00pm.
UST SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
9th floor, Buenaventura G. Paredes, O.P. Bldg.
The Senior High School Library (SHSL) offers relevant print and online collection of resources that supports the new curriculum. The Library is currently in the process of modernization to respond to the needs of the 21st century learners to become effective and critical users of ideas and information. It provides a range of both traditional and modern resources and references that can be used for research, study and leisure activities.
*Opens from Monday to Saturday 8:00am-6:00pm
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