Faculty of Natural Resources Management and Agriculture Programmes are taught from the Gweru Main Campus.
Midlands State University
Tel. +263 54 2260359 Ext. 2466
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Welcome to the Natural Resources Management and Agriculture subject guide for the Midlands State University. This support page will lead you to a number of both online and hard copy resources that supports all programmes in the faculty of Natural Resources Management and Agriculture. You will also be able to discover information resources such as books, journals and articles as well to navigate some of the library platforms through the use of this guide.
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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The MSU Library collection is multidisciplinary and it covers the entire gamut of academic programmes offered by the institution. For one to access the library, you need to be an MSU bonafide client, i.e. a registered student or a current employee of the institution. For non-MSU students or staff, clients are required to request for authority to use the library and subsequently pay the fees to be recognised as ‘Approved readers’.There are different borrowing privileges depending on the cohort a client belongs to and these are as follows;
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