With the largest academic collection in Belize, virtual research databases, and special collections catering to the interests and needs of the academic community, the University of Belize is well poised to support and advance teaching, learning, and research across the University.  The UB library network consists of four branches; one at the Faculty of Management and Social Sciences, one in Punta Gorda at the Toledo University Center, one at the Faculty of Agriculture at Central Farm, and the main branch at the UB Central Campus in Belmopan City.  Belize City is home to the Management and Social Sciences Library and the Engineering Resource Center. The Chief Librarian is responsible for the developing, coordinating and implementing of policies to govern library operations.

Students, faculty, staff, and administrators are automatically members of the UB library network and able to use or check out materials at any branch.  Students must present a valid UB ID to borrow materials.  A maximum of four books may be borrowed from the General Collection for up to three weeks at a time.  Patrons can renew materials if they wish and if the materials have not been requested by another patron.

Visit the UB Library page for more information.