Library Vision

As a center of intense intellectual inquiry, Kwekwe Polytechnic Library is in sync with the College aspiration to be the most dynamic learning environment in the world.

In this desired future, the Library ensures that its collections remain forward-looking, diverse in breadth and form, open to browsing, and of world-renowned quality. Through promotion, the Library makes people aware of the resources available to them, and through innovation, it makes access to these resources easer. To serve future users, the Library preserves information across all formats and ensures effective storage and delivery systems. The Library’s physical and virtual spaces respond to the changing habits of its users to enrich the campus experience and to multiply the ways in which people can pursue enquiry. The Library’s collaboration with expanding circles of partners yields unified access, broadening knowledge, and enhanced services.

The Library continues to embrace change and align itself to thrive on diversity, to support professional growth and opportunity, and to reward flexibility and innovation.

Library Opening Hours

Monday- Friday 09:00 to 20:30 Hrs
Saturday- 09:00 to 16:00 Hrs
Closed Sundays & Public Holidays
During School Holidays
Monday – Friday 09:00 to 16:45 Hrs
Closed Weekends & Public Holidays

Online Resources

Online Registration

This is done via the student portal


Kwekwe Poly Library has many books (Latest editions) which covers all the courses offered by the Institution.

Services Offered

The library is divided into different sections which are as follows:
   Circulation: Where the issuing and discharging of borrowed material take place.
   Short Loan: Where books which are supposed to be borrowed overnight are found. No self service.
   Internet Café: Where library users use computer terminals to access the internet.
   Periodical Section: Where newspapers, hansards, magazines, past exam papers and projects are found.
   Reserve Section: Where newly purchased books are located, can only be used within the library.
   Binding Section: Where repairs or binding of worn out and toned books takes place.

To be a library member students must be in possession of a student ID, to have a student ID means one has already fully paid up the college tuition. The student ID is the passport for one to be able to have access to the library materials. No student ID No use of college library.
External Members becomes library members after paying a total of $10.00 joining fee. Students from sister institutions are allowed to use the library provided they have a student ID from the sister Institution and a National ID, then they can use the library for free.

Library Contacts
Mobile: 0771659212/ 0773643765
E-mail Address
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