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CSU-Pueblo Depository Library

Federal Depostitory Library LogoThe University Library was designated an official government depository for the Third Congressional District of Colorado in 1965. Our current print collection has documents dating from the 1960s; we select primarily those titles useful to retain in print format. Most titles in the collection circulate to students, faculty, staff, and community patrons. Beginning in 2011 we have full text access to the majority of documents issued electronically by the federal government and its agencies; these titles are searchable in our catalog. Assistance with the collection is always available at the Research Help Desk during normal hours, or after hours via e-mail or by texting us.

The depository collection consists of a number of formats: paper, online resources, CD- and DVD-ROM, videos, and a few multimedia items; most tangible formats circulate.

The Federal Government Documents collection at CSU-Pueblo is available to the general public. Please call the Research Help Desk at (719) 549-2333 for more information about how to access Government Documents at CSU-Pueblo.

Online government resources:

Catalog of Government Publications
Searches the universe of government publications from 1976.
Federal Digital System (FDsys)
Provides free online access to official publications from all three branches of the Federal Government.
CSU-Pueblo databases: Government & Law
Links to federal and other legal search tools.

Colorado State Publications

Colorado State University – Pueblo Library partners with the Pueblo City-County Library District's (PCCLD) Rawlings Library to provide access to the CSU-Pueblo campus to Colorado state documents. PCCLD is a designated depository library for the State of Colorado and maintains a circulating collection of state documents for public use in paper and digital formats. The collection includes documents published during the past five years, as well as historical documents related to the Pueblo region. Contact the Rawlings Library Readers Advisory and Reference Department for more information: (719) 562-5601 or learn more on the PCCLD Government Publications website.

Depository Coordinator: Kevin Seeber, (719) 549-2363

Updated 08/2014