Upon entering the library, students should wear their school ID.
The library is mainly for research. Eating, sleeping, making visual aids and group discussions are not allowed.
Silence, cleanliness and orderliness must be observed strictly at all times.
Cell phones and other electronic communication gadgets must be set to silent mode while inside the library; answering/making calls should be done outside the library.
Chairs must be pushed back against the table after using and must not be transferred from one place to another.
Books should be left on the table after use.
Laptops can be used, provided these are solely for research and are not connected to any electrical outlet in the library.
Periodical materials like magazines, newspaper, etc. and general reference books are to be used in the library only. They must be returned to their proper places after using.
The following are the schedules for charging out of books:
Filipiniana Books- can be borrowed for one day
Subject Reference/Non-Filipiniana Books- can be borrowed for one week
Fiction Books- can be borrowed for one week
Students can borrow a maximum of five (5) books at a time.
Fines are charged for books not returned on due dates.
Fiction Books- Php 2.00/day including Sundays and Holidays
Subject Reference/Non-Filipiniana- Php 5.00/day including Sundays and Holidays
Filipiniana Books- Php 5.00/day including Sundays and Holidays
Damaged books and all losses should be paid based on the current price of the book plus the processing fee. Should the student decide to replace them, the following have to be met:
The Title, Author and edition must be the same
Reprinted edition is not accepted as a replacement for original edition
Upon living the library, all clients must present their personal things for inspection.
Willful violation of the library rules such as not returning books on time, lending and borrowing books for friends, defacing or mutilating books, stealing library properties and other violations are punishable by loss of library privileges, payment of the cost of the defaced or mutilated material, fines, or upon the discretion of the librarian.
We envision the University of San Jose-Recoletos to be a premier Gospel and community-oriented educational institution committed to transforming individuals to become more responsive leaders of the society through innovative integral formation.
University of San Jose - Recoletos
Year Founded 1947