Faculty of Arts Programmes are taught from the Zvishavane Campus, about 120 km away from the main Campus in Gweru.
Midlands State University
Tel. +263 054-2260404/2260469/260464 Ext 3001
Fax: +263 54 2260233
The Faculty of Arts Library provides information resources in subject areas such as African Languages, Archaeology , Cultural Heritage, Museum Studies, Communication, Film and Theatre Arts, History, Modern Languages and Theology. This Library guide focuses on the collection of different information resources to support the teaching, learning and research activities in the Faculty of Arts at the Midlands State University, Zvishavane Campus. It is designed to assist library users find approriate materials for their studies and research in the timeliest manner possible.
The Midlands State University Library is committed to providing high quality services to our users. We treasure customer feedback and strive to improve our performance and ensure that the services provided are responsive to the needs of our clients. In support of this commitment the Library produced a Library Charter. The Charter is a guiding principle that directs the way the Library serves, behaves and holds itself accountable for its actions. It also attempts to demonstrate the Library's total commitment to valuing its customers by providing a memorable experience and ensuring that every customer interaction results in positive experiences.
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All hardcopy textbooks are assigned call (class) numbers which are derived from the Library of Congress classfication scheme described here, for example HD82 stands for the subject Development Economics. For easy access to the hardcopy textbooks you can search for their physical location in the library using the Online Public Access Catalogue – (OPAC)
The Midlands State University Disability Resource Centre Libraries (DRC) are located at both the Gweru and Harare Campuses to provide services to students with special needs. The Libraries have equipment such as braille embossers, computers and magnifying readers as well as the Jaws software which assist users with special needs to efficiently access information.
For further assistance please contact matsae(a)staff.msu.ac.zw