Federal Depository Library
Texas A&M Libraries have been a Federal Depository since 1907.
This library is a congressionally designated depository for U.S. Government documents. Public access to the government documents collection is guaranteed by public law. (Title 44 United States Code)
Accessing Government Information
Access to Government Documents
As a federal depository library, Evan's makes government documents available for the free use for faculty, staff, students, as well as the general public.
Some Documents published before 1976 are not in LibCat, but we may still have them, For assistance please contact the Ask Us Desk or Laura Sare.
The Library does not select all available government publications. Please use Get it for me if you need documents we don't have available here.
Government Information Roadmap
|Where Do I Find Information On?||Take Me There|
|President - speeches, executive orders, papers||Presidency|
|Congress - House or Senate hearings, reports, and documents, Congressional Record||Congressional Information|
|Bills, Public Laws, and Statutes, legislative histories, Congressional votes||Congressional Information|
|Laws - case law, Supreme Court, Federal and State courts, regulations, codes|
|Elections - lobbying, campaign financing, where do I vote?||Elections|
|Citizenship and Immigration - laws and statistics||Citizenship|
|Texas Government - state law and legislation, Texas agencies||Texas Government|
|International Government - treaties, United Nations, European Union|
|Patent and Trademarks|
Finding Federal Government Information
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Government Help for Students
Federal Student Aid is a gateway to government information just for college students that includes sites that:
- Apply online for financial aid and scholarships
- Find summer internships or jobs
- Learn about careers that interest you
- Find rewarding volunteer opportunities