The Wisconsin International University College (WIUC) Library was established in 2002 as a valuable partner in supporting the University’s pursuit towards excellence in teaching, learning, research and other interests of faculty, students and the non-teaching staff of the University community as well non- members of the University.

Mission Statement
  • To assist Management to provide students, faculty and staff with the best possible resources and conditions for learning and research;
  • to create a working environment dedicated to excellence, equity, and mutual respect; and
  • To cooperate with other educational institutions and the learning communities, to create new knowledge, prepare students for fulfilling careers, and improve the quality of life through leading-edge research.
Vision Statement

The WIUC Library seeks to be the “heart” of the academic and research culture of WIUC and to contribute to the intellectual activities of the University. The Library envisions that it will fulfill its unique role as a major contributor to the academic, cultural, and social development of the university community.

In fulfilling this vision, the Library will continue to acquire and maintain adequate information resources, offer effective instruction on the retrieval and use of materials in all formats, and continue to provide state-of-the-art technology for users in all locations. The library also aspires to assist the University in its commitments to the broader community, by developing innovative approaches to supporting life-long learning.


Library Components

The Main Library

The main library is located along the Agbogba road at North Legon. The library is housed in a two-storey building.

Nursing Library

It is situated in the Academic Building Block on the main Campus and it is for our Nursing Students

Law Library

This Library is situated on the last floor of the Library Complex Block on the main Campus. It is for our Law Students and is for reference purposes only.

City Campus

City Campus

Kumasi Campus

This is located at Feyiase, Kumasi along the Lake Bosomtwi Road, in the Ashanti Region.

Library Collections

This is made up of textbooks for all the programs currently being offered by the University.

Reference books consist of quick reference materials such as Encyclopeadia, Dictionaries, etc for research purposes

There are special collections for the following programmes:

  • Communication Studies
  • International Relations
  • Environmental Studies
  • Leadership

The Theses/Dissertations is a collection of the University theses/dissertations at various levels over many years. These can be found at the Serials Collection on the Ground floor of the Main Library

This consist of electronic resources currently being subscribed to from the Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Ghana (CARLIGH).

The dailies such as The Daily Graphic, The Ghanaian Times, and The Ghanaian Chronicle etc. are all available

This is a collection of government publications including Acts of Parliament, Legislative/Executive Instruments etc.

This consists of electronic past questions of the University.

Opening Hours

08:30am - 7:00pm

09:00am - 2:00pm