The GAU Library supports the University's commitment to excellence in education by providing quality information services to students, faculty, staff, and others by developing information resources to provide for diverse needs. There is an extensive book collection providing support to the faculties and the Foundation English program. New acquisitions are increasing rapidly.
Computers with Internet access are available for student use in the Cybrary. GAU's digital library provides access to full-text journals and electronic books through our electronic Databases. Access is also provided to millions of other electronic documents such as annual reports, company profiles, business cases and engineering sources.
GAU is committed to the provision of the latest technology for its Engineering and MIS students in order that they can enter the business world with confidence and achieve success. Within the Techno Park there are 3 Electrical Engineering Labs (Electronics, PLC/Microprocessor, Power, High Voltage), 2 Computer Engineering Labs (CISCO Network, Application Software), Industrial Engineering Lab (Work Study/Ergonomics), Physics Lab, Chemistry Lab, Microwaves and Communications Lab, Cosmetic Chemistry Lab, Environmental Lab, Alternative Energy Sources Lab, Marine Biology Lab, Botanic Lab, Zoology Lab, Techno-Child Lab and Software Development Lab. The main buildings are located respectively, on the West and East Campuses.
The Spectrum Centre
The Spectrum Centre comprises the International Conference Centre of one main hall accommodating 1000 people and four break-out rooms of around 100 seating capacity each. This complex is used for teaching larger classes, for conferences, concerts and major presentations and panels. As well as being used by the University the community is actively encouraged to use the facility for local events.
The Millennium Building also provides an additional, fully equipped symposium hall which seats over 200. One the top floor of the Millennium building is located the prestigious Senate meeting room with catering and guest entertaining facilities. The traditional library is also housed within the huge Millennium Complex. In front of the Millennium Building is a large plaza. Beneath this is Millennium Park incorporating a wide range of shops, a cinema, further restaurants and cafes. These facilities are available to the community as well as to students. Building of the half-Olympic swimming pool as well as an indoor sports and training centre is also completed and are available to the use of GAU students.
The recently built state-of-the-art Stage School serves with various studies and high-tech classrooms not only to the GAU students but also to the community.
GAU provides excellent residential accommodation at a reasonable price for a large proportion of its students. New coming students are required to stay at the university accommodation during the first year of their studies.
All GAU Dormitories are served by frequent shuttle buses.