The Library is currently open to University faculty, staff, students, and the public . If you require assistance with Federal Government information, please reach out via email to Depository Coordinator Allison Boswell, email@example.com.
As a member of the Federal Depository Library Program since 1929, the Houston Cole Library receives, catalogs, and provides free, unimpeded access to the publications of the U.S. Federal Government. Many of these publications are also available online in digital format. In addition, the Library offers access to some state and local government publications and resources. Search the Library's catalog for government publications or use the tabs above to browse resources by federal, state, or local government.
Want to search for U.S. Government publications on your own? GOVINFO.GOV is the best place to look for it! GovInfo provides free public access to official publications from all three branches of the Federal Government.
If you need assistance, please contact the Library's Government Documents Librarian or the Reference Desk by phone (256.782.8034) or online.
Information on the war in Ukraine.
DCPD-202200828 - Statement on Russia's Annexation Referendums in Ukraine - September 23, 2022: The United States will never recognize Ukrainian territory as anything other than part of Ukraine. Russia's referenda are a sham, a false pretext to try to annex parts of Ukraine by force in flagrant violation of international law, including the United Nations Charter.
DCPD-202200829 - Joint Statement by Group of Seven (G-7) Nations Leaders on Russia's Annexation Referendums - September 23, 2022 : We, the Leaders of the Group of Seven (G7), strongly condemn the sham referenda that Russia attempts to use to create a phony pretext for changing the status of Ukrainian sovereign territory, which is subject to an ongoing Russian aggression.