The Council of Atlantic University Libraries - Le Conseil des bibliothèques universitaires de l'Atlantique (CAUL-CBUA) is composed of the library director of each institution constituting the Association of Atlantic Universities (AAU), or by invitation of the Council.

The purpose of the CAUL-CBUA is to enhance university education, research and scholarly communication in the region by:

  • strengthening library collections
  • fostering cooperation and resource sharing
  • coordinating library services among AAU institutions
  • improving the delivery of information services
  • providing for regular discussion of matters of inter-institutional interest
  • advising AAU, as appropriate.

CAUL-CBUA shall normally meet three times a year.

CAUL-CBUA will establish such fees, either annual or for special purposes, as it deems appropriate.

The officers of CAUL-CBUA shall be a Chair, Past Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary/Treasurer, and any such other officers as the Board of Directors may determine.

Relations with Other Organizations
CAUL-CBUA is an affiliate of the AAU and establishes creative and mutually beneficial relationships with other relevant organizations.

Approved April 11, 1997