Government Documents @ Pollak Library

We The PeopleNeed primary sources for that research paper? Looking for the population of Fullerton in 2008? The high school dropout rate in Anaheim? An introduction to health care reform? Progress made since the enactment of the Safe Drinking Water Act in 1974? A situation update on the H1N1 Flu? Employment and retirement trends of older workers?

Free and unrestricted access to information is critical for democratic societies so that voters can make informed decisions. Cal State Fullerton’s library is one of 1,250 libraries designated by Congress to ensure that Americans are informed.

Congressional hearings, economic reports, environmental reports, and Census publications are among the 5,600 documents added last year to our collection of one million items.

The World Factbook, Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States, and the White House report on The Economic Case for Health Care Reform are among thousands of documents that can be accessed via the Library Catalog.

Our research guide provides additional help in locating government documents.

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