The Library of Congress Classification system is used to organize and describe many library collections, and is the system used in the GU-Q Library.
The first letter found after "GUSFS-Q" on the white label on the spine of every book is the first letter of the call number, the unique identifier for every title, and this indicates the broad subject area.
For a more detailed version, visit the Library of Congress Classification System webpage.
|B||Philosophy, Psychology, and Religion|
|C||Auxiliary Sciences of History|
|D||General and Old World History|
|E||History of America|
|F||History of the United States and British, Dutch, French, and Latin America|
|G||Geography, Anthropology, and Recreation|
|P||Language and Literature|
|Z||Bibliography, Library Science, and General Information Resources|
As the GU-Q Library bases its collection on the core curriculum subjects taught, strengths lie in such subject areas as B Philosophy, Psychology, and Religion; D-F History; H Social Sciences; J Political Science; and P Language and Literature.