|The College of The Bahamas Alumni Magazine|
As it transitions to university status, The College of The Bahamas will continue to deliver excellent undergraduate teaching while developing new undergraduate and graduate programmes, increasing research and innovation activities, and focusing its work in areas crucial to national development. The institution’s library system is at the heart of The College’s mission of supporting and driving national development and its collections, information resources and virtual library support a thriving environment of active inquiry, research and scholarship. A network of three facilities across New Providence and Grand Bahama, the Library System of The College of The Bahamas is the largest public repository of general information in The Bahamas.
|Research at The College of The Bahamas|
The College of The Bahamas is contributing to the dLOC project documents, photographs and other images which reflect institutional history as available through publications developed for marketing and promoting the institution and which showcase the engagement of its current students and faculty, its alumni and its collaborations with external partners. Further, research and scholarship about The Bahamas by College faculty and other researchers is also included.