Education (Student aid, ERIC, etc.)
Other (Government spending, campaign finance, etc.)
Notre Dame has been a depository for U.S. Government publications since 1883 and take the form of paper, maps, microfiche as well as electronic media. All materials received prior to 1968 are housed in the main LC collection. The present Documents Center collection on the lower level of Hesburgh Library has over 800,000 publications received since January 1, 1968. These materials are arranged by Superintendent of Documents (SuDoc) classification, and cover a broad spectrum of subjects. Access to governmental information at the local, state, federal, and international levels are freely available online and in paper to the Notre Dame community and for federal publications any member of the Congressional district. For more information, contact: (Kathleen) Pix Fleming 631-0899 or the Hesburgh Library Reference Desk: 631-6258 or 631-6259.
Many thanks to Steve Hayes for his verbage and advice for this Government Information page.
|The Federal Depository Library Program provides free access to Federal Government information.|
|The first page of every document from the Federal Government has a digital signature that indicates the document has been authenticated bythe Government Printing Office (GPO).|