LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICES POLICY
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Kabarak University Library (hereafter referred to as ‘Library’) was started from the first book on 23rd August 2002, in a small room (previously a classroom) and had only three pioneer staff. It later moved to a modern library building with a seating capacity of 1000 users and adequate office and shelf space. The building was named Daniel T. Arap Moi Library in honour of the Chancellor who graciously sponsored its construction. A newly constructed building in Nakuru City campus houses a branch library with a seating capacity of 500 users. Currently, the Library boasts of about 40,000 volumes of books, access to e-resources and 26 members of staff.
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