The library’s current focus is to create a modern space that meets international standards. This means that library supplies, equipment and furniture that do not meet standards will be replaced in alignment with modern day librarianship. This also means that library collections that that are dated will be replaced with updated ones. In short, the entire library collections, organization and services are being redeveloped to meet the needs of our users. The university is also transitioning to electronic library (e-library) platform that will allow 24/7 access by users.
Cuttington University has three campuses, each with a separate library to support teaching and learning activities. The Main campus in Suakoko, Bong County, hosts the WVS Tubman Library. The Graduate School and Professional Studies in Monrovia has a well-equipped library which was renovated and named in honor of Dr. Fredrick W. Gbegbe for his tremendous contribution to the educational sector of Liberia. The Cuttington Junior College (CJC) Library is situated on the main campus of the college in Kakata City, Margibi County.
Cuttington University is a private university in Suacoco, Liberia. Founded in 1889 as Cuttington College by Episcopal Church of the United States, it is the oldest private, coeducational, four-year, degree-granting institution in sub-Saharan Africa.