The University Learning Resource Center (ULRC) is located at the DHVSU Main Campus in Cabambangan, Bacolor, Pampanga, catering to the students and employees, both teaching and non-teaching, of the different colleges and departments of the University and its extension campuses. It also serves researchers from other institutions provided they bring along referral letters from their respective deans/librarians.

With Mt. Pinatubo’s eruption in 1991, the lahar and mudflow that swept the whole town until 1995 left Bacolor in total disarray. Buildings in DHVSU, including the URLC, shop machineries, tools and the like, were not spared from the wrath of the volcano.

With God’s blessings and the support of generous private individuals, members of the DHVSU family and the town people, the University was able to start anew, undergoing several phases of rehabilitation to become what the past and the present administrations aspire the University to be—a Center of Excellence and, ultimately, a premier state university in the region.


            To provide clients with a well-rounded and functional collection and socially-oriented services.


  1. To develop a good collection of books, periodicals, documents, etc.
  2. To provide services to meet the instructional needs of the different programs of the University.
  3. To encourage students to develop lifelong values of good reading, study and research.
  4. To be an intellectual resource of the academic community.
  5. To supply information and research services primarily to students, faculty and administrative staff.


  • Users Assistance Services
  • Circulation Services
  • Computer & Internet Services
  • Reference/Research Services
  • Library Instruction/Orientation
  • Inter-Library loan and Referral Services

GENERAL POLICES (3rd revision)

1. All students, teaching and non-teaching personnel using the University Learning Resource Center shall strictly adhere   to its rules and regulations.

2. The users shall be allowed to enter the library from Monday to Friday from 7:30 to 6:00 p.m. and Saturday from 7:30 to 4:00 p.m. with no noon break.

3. The users shall submit their certificate of registration, and passport size photo in their library card application to the librarian.

4. Borrowing of general references (encyclopedias, dictionaries, indexes, yearbooks, atlases), serial and periodicals (newspapers, magazines and journals) and thesis and dissertation are For Room Use Only.

5. Two (2) non-fiction books can be borrowed for overnight use and should be returned the following day. Fiction books can be borrowed for three to five (3-5) days.

6. Library users with overdue books shall be given disciplinary sanctions to be forwarded to their respective Principal/Dean/Campus Director/Designated Prefect of Discipline.

7. Users who are caught vandalizing library materials (books, magazines, newspapers, etc.) and furniture and fixtures shall be given disciplinary sanctions to be forwarded to their respective Principal/Dean/Campus Director/Designated Prefect of Discipline.

8. Silence must be observed at all times. Eating, drinking, sleeping, loitering and smoking are strictly prohibited.

9. Bags shall be deposited to the baggage counter. Only books, papers, pens, and other valuables (wallets, money, cellphones, laptops, and other gadgets) are allowed inside the library.

Mobile Number: +639567943586

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Official Facebook Page: facebook.com/DHVSULIBRARY

Monday-Friday  8:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.


Mrs. Suzette B. Macaspac
College Librarian IV

Ms. Katherine M. Navarro
College Librarian I

Mrs. Ariane L. Layug
Librarian I

Ms. Michelle M. Janapin
Librarian I


Rhoann C. Santos
Administrative Aide I

Jasmin L. Roxas
Administrative Aide I

Rozeth N. De Jesus
Administrative Aide I

Melquiades S. De Guzman
Assistant Professor IV

Almer Timothy T. Nicdao
Administrative Aide I

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