Mr. Wilfred Kobina Biney, Deputy Librarian

M.Phil Library Stds, MA Library Stds., Chartered Member Gh. Lib. Assoc.

The John Kofi Borsah Library is a four-storey building complex (including a basement). The basement houses the ICT centre and Book-Bindery. On the ground floor are the General Reference, Research and Digital Libraries.The Business Library is on the second floor while the third floor houses the Engineering, Applied Sciences and Arts Library. The Conference, Presentation Hall and Distance Learning Centre are located on the fourth floor.

The Library is open during the semester from Monday to Friday from 9.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m. and on Saturdays 9.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m. During examination periods the Library closes at 10.00pm from Monday to Friday.

The Deputy Librarian, who is currently the head of the Library, is responsible for the management and supervision of all library functions in an efficient, timely and accurate manner. He also ensures a a that the Library has a good relationship with external bodies, for instance, publishers, suppliers and booksellers.The Library provides services such as lending and reference services, reprographic service, comb-binding and lamination, book-binding and repairs, e-resource and digital service.







*Mr. Mark Quaye Afum    

BA Publishing Stud.

Jnr. Asst. Librarian


Ms. Philomina Eshun        

BA Info. Tech. (with Pol. Sci.)

Snr. Library Asst.


Mr. Mark K. Boateng

BA History & Psychology

Snr. Library Asst.


Mr. Michael Fosu

NIIT Hons. NIIT Prof. Dip. IT

Snr. Technologist


Mr. Edmund A. Sackey

HND Graphics

Snr. Technician


Ms. Gladys E. Gorman

HND Sec. & Mgt. Studies

Snr. Admin. Asst.

*Pursuing Masters degree

In addition to the above mentioned staff are junior and auxiliary staff comprising 8 Junior Library Assistants, 9 Junior Library Assistants, 1 Technician, 3 Book Binders and 4 Cleaners.


The Library’s total stock of both print and non-print materials include: 26,020-plus volumes, Journals (12 titles); Magazines (8 titles); Government Publications (i.e. Acts, Executive and Legislative Instruments); 7,224 –plus students Project-works; CD ROMS 1,031-plus; Audio Tapes 29; Video Tapes 24; and E-journals 9.


The services and the collections of libraries are becoming digital and global due to the application of Information Communication Technology. The E-resources and Digital Section of the library has 50 networked computers with internet access to enhance academic work.

The library has built an Institutional Repository and can be temporary accessed on CARLIGH and INASP provide support to access electronic resources and train library staff. There is also an arrangement with Elsevier publishers and Emerald publishers to supply publications and e-books to the Library.


Video conferencing equipment donated by e-syllabus for Africa (a Non-Governmental Oorganisation) will be installed and activated to enhance communication and live conference learning. It is envisaged that all Library services will be automated in the near future. The Library aims at establishing a production unit to produce desktop calendars, exercise books etc, for income generation.