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Prof Hellen Byamugisha

Dr. Hellen Byamugisha
University Librarian

The University Librarian is the overall head of Makerere University Library Services, which comprise of the Main Library and seven specialised Branch Libraries. Five of these are located at the Makerere University main campus (namely: Education Library, Veterinary Medicine Library, I.A.C.E. Library, MISR Library and EASLIS Library) and two off campus (namely: Albert Cook Library at the College of Health Sciences in Mulago; and MUARIK Library at the Agricultural Institute in Kabanyolo). At the centre of the University is the Main Library, situated on Makerere Hill, opposite the Faculty of Agriculture.

Terms of Reference

In Part VIII Section 35 of The Universities and Other Tertiary Institutions Act, Act 6 of 2001, it is amended that;

(1) There shall be an University Librarian for each Public University appointed by the University Council on the recommendation of the Appointments Board, on such terms and conditions as the University Council may determine.

(2) The University Librarian shall be responsible for the development, control, management and co-ordination of all library and information services of the University.

(3) The University Librarian shall be responsible to the Vice-Chancellor.

Visit the University Library’s website to find out more.