NCSU Libraries government information collection includes federal, international
and some state and local publications. The NCSU Libraries is a federal
depository library, a patent and trademark depository library, and a depository
for documents from the State of North Carolina.
Finding Government Documents at NCSU Libraries
Most of the NCSU Libraries' Government Documents collection is located in the Hunt Library bookBot. The following guidelines will help you find the resource you need:
- If online or other electronic format is acceptable, search for the item at (page coming)
- Search our Catalog. If you find the item record, most likely the item will be in the Hunt Library bookBot, and you can request it by clicking the "Request" link. If you do not find the item in the catalog, then use Tripsaver Note: Only NCSU affiliates may request items through Tripsaver. If you are a guest searching for an uncataloged government document, contact a librarian.
Get in-person assistance at the Learning Commons Desk in D. H. Hill Library.
- Telephone: (919) 515-2935
- Email or Chat: Ask a Librarian
Federal Government Documents Tutorial
-- An in-depth overview of government information: how it is published
and distributed, how to use indexes, how publications are shelved.
Quick Start for U.S. Documents
-- Some quick basics about finding and using government information
at NCSU Libraries, all on one page.