The Trisakti STP Library is a closed service system, ie users cannot directly retrieve library materials themselves from the collection room, but will be assisted by the circulation librarians. This system applies to all printed collections such as book collections, special collections, reference collections and collections of final papers / final projects / reports / theses. For storage systems for library material collections such as book collections which include reference collections, special collections, arranged based on DDC (Dewey Decimal Classification), while for final papers, final projects, reports, journals, theses, dissertations and audio visuals are arranged by sequential number. While the open service system consists of newspapers and magazines.
Since 1996 the Trisakti STP Library Center has provided an OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog) service using Dos Version Sipisis, in 2010 a system upgrade was done using the Windows Version Sipisis software and then in 2016 the Trisakti STP library upgraded the Web Version NewSipisis system. OPAC is a catalog that is displayed using computer media. The database provided in the OPAC includes the collection database in the Trisakti STP. The information listing or bibliographic description contained in this OPAC catalog consists of title, author (person in charge), place of publication, barcode and year of publication. In addition, information about the number of copies and the condition of the material whether being borrowed or not can also be seen in the OPAC catalog, to access the online catalog through the address http://lib.stptrisakti.ac.id/opac/web/
Catalog search service that is, a service provided by circulation officers in helping to socialize collection placement, using a catalog system, finding collection information sought by users through a computer system.
This service is provided to help users find information. Reference source services such as geography, indexes, abstracts, directories, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference sources. Reference collections may not be loaned but only to be read on site and for members who are in dire need to borrow the reference collections to be photocopied within 1 hour, provided that they leave a valid member card / identity card.
4. Periodical Services
Service of periodical publications, namely journals, magazines, newspapers and other periodicals, is one of the STP Trisakti Library services. There are various loose or bound magazine / print journal titles as sources of information for users. To facilitate the search OPAC is provided. The library is equipped with a reading table and discussion room. Some internet access terminals and wifi in order to provide comfort for users.
5. Digital Clipping Service
This digital clipping service comes from a daily newspaper that is digitized so that it can be easily accessed for library users. Newspaper clippings include tourism, hospitality, education and religion. Newspapers that were clipped included the Kompas newspaper, the renewed voice, the Republic of Indonesia, the Jakarta Post and cash.
6. Free Library
Every STP Trisakti Program DI, DIII and S1 students who have completed their thesis are required to take the Borrowing Certificate from the Library as one of the requirements to attend the thesis session. Requirements for requesting a library-free library that is free of finance, paying graduation all the processes carried out in the financial department. After getting a payment slip in finance then go to the library to request a free loan of library materials.
7. Submission of Thesis
Students who have finished and declared to pass the thesis examination session are required to submit 1 (one) copy of the PKL / KTA / PA / Thesis (hardcover) Report along with their softcopy in the form of .pdf copied on a Compact Disc (CD) as a requirement for diploma retrieval. Provisions of softcopy include: separated each part from cover to attachment, accompanied by a scan of the minutes of signature and endorsement sheet.