The opening of the High School department in 1980 and the booming of the Nursing department urged the administration to transfer the Nursing or HRD and Arts library to the newly opened Rodolfo N. Pelaez (RNP) Hall at Patag road. Miss. Epifania Pialogo took care of the HRD library while Emiliana Albejaron Dahilog was in the Arts & Science section then later extended her duty to the newly created Graduate Library. Miss. Julieta D. Gaabucayan was designated as the Basic Education Librarian.
In 1985, Miss. Ermelinda Gaa was hired as the new Head Librarian who stayed on up to May 1988.
The Administration with bigger plans for the school, saw the need to upgrade the quality ot the library. They were on a look-out of potential faculty members for furthering the school's educational mission. Thus, in 1988, Mrs. Linda L. Mondoñedo, a new High School teacher recruit was appointed as the Chief Librarian. The following year, she joined the other faculty members who were recipient of the Rodolfo N. Pelaez Foundation Inc. scholarship. She finished her Masters in Library Science at the University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City in 1990 and pursued her doctoral degree in Management at Liceo de Cagayan University in 1996.
The increasing population of the school made it inevitable to build a new library. Hence, in 1990, a new two-story building, situated at the heart of the university was inaugurated. Aside from the Main Library, the school has two (2) other unit libraries. The Basic Education Library, located at Rodolfo N. Pelaez Hall for the elementary and high schools students and faculty members and the Graduate Library, located at the Arts and Science building, second floor right wing for graduate students and other scholarly researchers.
Under Dr. Mondoñedo's leadership, a Library Committee was organized on July 22, 1988, composed of representatives from the different academic department to assist the librarian build the library collection. This committee was officially approved by the Board on October 17, 1988 with the following functions:
The past officers of this committee are the following:
The Library Committee supports the library activities especially the yearly National Book Week celebration and during PACU-COA accreditation.
One of the biggest joint project of the library and the Library Committee was the fund raising campaign by sponsoring the Folkloric Dance Group on June 27, 1990 to raise funds in order to acquire books and audio-visual materials for the library. The project generated an amount of P24,000.00 which was all used to buy books and audio-visual materials.
The Library Committee also organized a Bibliophile Society composed of student body organization from the different departments. The primary purpose of this club is to assist the Library Committee on all their projects.
Since the granting of the university status in 1997, the library works and collection are computerized for easy access of readers. It is connected to the international highway of information through the internet.