City ResourcesCounty ResourcesRegional Agencies
This is the "Home" page of the "Government Documents" guide.
Alternate Page for Screenreader Users
Skip to Page Navigation
Skip to Page Content
California State University Fullerton CSUF A to Z Index Search CSUF Pollak Library Library Research Library Services Visiting the Library About the Library Giving to the Library Image Map

Government Documents   Tags: documents, government documents, government publications  

United States, California, County/City/Regional, and International
Last Updated: Aug 30, 2014 URL: http://libraryguides.fullerton.edu/content.php?pid=344294 Print Guide RSS Updates

Home Print Page

General Information

The Government Documents Section provides access to government information in both electronic and tangible formats.  It consists of four collections: United States, California, Local City/County/Regional, and International.  A government document is any material in any format having the imprint of a government or intergovernmental agency.  It can be a book, journal, hearing, law, poster, map, computer file, electronic publication, sound/video recording, et cetera.  All documents available in the Pollak Library are fully cataloged and searchable through the Library's OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog).  In addition, many records also provide links to electronic versions of materials available online.


3rd Floor of Library North

     1) United States Documents: West and Northwest  side
     2) California Documents: North side
     3) City/County/Regional Documents: North side
     4) International Documents: Northeast side


The Government Documents Collections are available to the public all hours that the Library is fully open.  Library Hours


    Where Else Can I Get Help?


     Need more help?  There are several ways to get research assistance:


    Library Hours


    Contact Information

    Please help us to maintain this guide by reporting broken links to:

    Ruth M. Dye



    Marilyn C. Slagle



      More help options


      Try finding the answer to your questions here.


      Loading  Loading...