The mission and vision of Stone-Robinson Library are correlated by the continuous quest to place emphasis on the enhancement of resources designed to meet the spiritual, curricular, cultural, and recreational needs of all students, faculty, and staff of Selma University.
The library has explicit objectives that support Selma University's mission and curriculum and will accomplish this by the following means:
Acquiring and maintaining a comprehensive collection to support the curriculum
Providing a learning environment conducive to study and research.
Partnering with faculty to ensure that all students become informative in accessing, analyzing, and using information as they progress through their academic pursuits.
Organizing the collection in an efficient manner for library users to locate needed resources.
Participating in a cooperative and interlibrary loan agreement with other institutions for obtaining the needed information for Selma University's Library users.
Preserving significant religious and cultural heritage of the university.
Systematically collecting data to measure library users' satisfaction so that services can be continuously improved.
The History of Stone-Robinson Library
The Stone-Robinson Library was constructed in 1960 and is named in honor of two former distinguished Alabama State Missionary Baptist workers: Mrs. Susie Stone (Hardy), who was the corresponding secretary of the Alabama Women's State Convention, and Dr. U. J. Robinson, who was serving as the president of the Convention during the erection of the library.