This collection is of high demands. Reserved collections are under maximum supervision of the circulation librarian and can’t be checked out of the library. For accessing the reserved collections, ask the librarian for assistance.
Holds archival copies of all Undergraduate research and thesis completed at the St Dominic College of Asia in both printed and electronic format.
These are publications dealing with the Asia in whatever language and place it were published. These materials are required for studying the Asia as the name of the college suggests.
These are materials or publications written by Filipino authors or foreign authors about the Philippines, its people and culture regardless of the language used except theses and dissertations.
This is collection anchored on the principles of therapeutic reading to relieve stress and anxiety also of the reader. Bibliotherapy is an expressive therapy that uses literature to support good mental health. These results have been shown to be long-lasting.
This is the largest collection of the library that houses the core collections and books about the curricular offering of the SDCA. They are displayed in an open shelves system by which library users can borrow and loan circulated books.
This contains reference materials such as encyclopedia, handbooks, guides, directories, yearbooks, almanacs, and maps. Reference books are usually not read straight through, but are only referred to when needed. Thus, these items are not for home-reading so that they are always available for use in the library.
This collection includes magazines, scholarly journals, newspapers, and newsletters. They are publications that are published at regular intervals. Daily newspapers, weekly magazines, and quarterly journals are all periodicals both local and internationally published.
This are permanent exhibitions of precious pieces of art and artifacts from 27 Asian countries collected by Ambassador Rosalinda Valenton Tirona during her tour of duty when she served as an Ambassador, Charge de Affairs and Consul General of the Philippines. A milestone in Bacoor and the entire Calabarzon region, the One Asia Heritage exhibition aims to showcase the common heritage of countries over Asia and promote the spirit of unity and vigor across the region. The collection comes from South Asia, North East Asia, Middle East, Pacific, and ASEAN countries, namely: Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, China, Mongolia, Japan, South Korea, Iran, Jordan, Israel, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Australia, and New Zealand. St. Dominic College of Asia takes the leadership role as an academic institution and use the One Asia Heritage exhibit as the main vehicle to impart the younger generation the significance of Asian culture as Asian learners and scholars.