This collection consists of books on multi discipline subjects and located at level 5 of the main library. All books in this collection can be borrowed based on user’s category.
Southeast Asia Collection
The Southeast Asia Collection is located at level 5 of the main library. It is a closed access collection on multi discipline subjects. This collection consists of the subjects pertaining to Southeast Asia countries. The publication types in this collection are books, postgraduate thesis and conference/seminar papers.
Document Collection is a closed access collection which can be used for reference only. It consists of Malaysian government publications (ministerial/department level), Malaysian State Government, statutory bodies and publications from ASEAN countries. This collection also placed publications from selected foreign government, United Nations and its agencies.
UKM Archive Collection
This collection gathers materials on history and development of UKM, consists of university records and official publications, works of UKM academic members published by faculties/departments, UKM Press publications and other publications of UKM staffs and students. These publication also accessible through UKM Institutional Repository (eRep). Archive Collection is a closed access collection and can be used for reference only during office hours at level 6, main library.
This collection gathers rare books, manuscripts, out-of-print materials, classical publications and personal collection. It consists of collections from scholars such as Prof. J. Schact, Harun Aminurrashid, Indonesia-Chinese Peranakan Literature. This is a closed access collection and can be used for reference only during office hours at level 6, main library.
Tun Ahmad Sarji Collection
This collection consists of material donated by The Most Honorable Tun Ahmad Sarji Abdul Hamid, Pro-Chancellor of UKM. His collection consists of various subjects such as civil service, corporate administration, art and heritage, religion, humanities and sport. This collection can be used for reference only and placed at Anjung Pro-Canselor Tun Ahmad Sarji, level 4, main library.
This collection located at level 4, main library and comprises of reference materials in various subjects from general works, history, science and technology, human science, medicine and library science. It gathers reference materials such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, year books, atlas, almanacs, abstracts, indexes, bibliographies etc. This collection is non-circulated and can be used for reference only
Red Spot Collection
This collection placed the titles that are mainly recommended by lecturer and they serve as compulsory reading materials. Item in this collection can be borrowed based on user’s category. This collection is located at level 5, main library.
This collection consists of materials that are banned from distribution by the Malaysian government. However, users can get access to this collection with recommendation letter from their Head of Department. This collection is located at Customer Service Unit, level 4, main library. Reference can be made during office hours only.
This collection gathers current and back issues of journal in various fields of study. There are more than 140,000 copies of journal or almost 5,000 titles of journal in this collection. Journal collection consists of several small collections such as local journals and magazine, back issues journal, reserved journals, compactus journals and newspapers
This collection consists of microform and audio visual materials in multi discipline subjects, such as dvd, vcd, cd-rom, cassette, slide, kit etc. Publication types in this collection are back issues newspapers and final year reports. This collection is a closed access collection and available at Multimedia Unit, level 2, main library.
This collection placed books that have not been borrowed for at least 10 years or more and located at specific rooms. Library clients who want to refer or borrow can request the book at Customer Service Counter, level 4, main library. Books from this collection can be borrowed same as books from General Collection.