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Georgia College Library is a member of the Federal Depository Library Program.
Last Updated: Apr 4, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Government Information

Federal Depository Library since 1950


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Georgia College was designated a Federal Depository Library in 1950. As a selective depository, Georgia College receives approximately 30% of the documents distributed through the Federal Depository Library Program. Georiga College works closely with other Georgia Depository Libraries to ensure continued access to government information.


You can find our Government Documents collection on the Third Floor of the Library.  Government Documents are classified by the SuDocs Classification system and are NOT mixed with the general circulating collection.  However, you may still check out any of the information located in the Government Documents section.


More information about the Federal Depository Library Program:

Find a Depository Library Near You

History of the Government Printing Office and the Depository Library program.


GPO History


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