The Hon Sui Sen Memorial Library (HSSML) is a Special Library within the NUS Libraries. The Library was built in memory of the late Mr Hon Sui Sen (1916-1983), former Minister for Finance of Singapore (1970-1983), who was also the Member of Parliament for the Havelock Constituency (1970-1983).
|An external view of Hon Sui Sen Memorial Library|
The Library collects and maintains a rich collection of management, business and finance books, journals, audiovisual materials and digital resources.
The Library provides reference and information services, user education programmes and conducts library tours and tutorials. Library members are welcome to request library tours. Click here to email your request.
History of Hon Sui Sen Memorial Library
The Havelock Community Centre leaders and senior civil servants mooted the idea to start a fund to build a library as a fitting memorial to the late Mr Hon's selfless dedication to society and the country. Following the Government's approval in 1984 to set up the library at NUS, the Hon Sui Sen Memorial Library Fund Raising Committee was formed. In December the same year, the Planning Committee for the Library was set up and Mrs Lee-Wang Cheng Yeng was appointed Head-Designate of the Library and Chairperson of the Committee.
On 5 Oct 1984, the foundation stone for the building was laid by Mrs Annie Hon, wife of the late Mr Hon Sui Sen. Construction work on the building started in November 1984 and was completed 25 months later.
The Library started operations on 15 June 1987 and was declared officially opened by Mr Goh Chok Tong, the then First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defence on 15 January 1988.
Content updated on 20 Nov 2012
Hon Sui Sen Memorial Library
15 Nov - 06 Dec 2013Mon-Sat : 8.00am - 10.00pm
Sun : 10am - 10pm
Pub Hol : Closed *
*Unless otherwise stated
Directions to HSSML
07 Dec - 12 Jan 2014Mon – Fri: 8:30 am - 6:00 pm
Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sun & Pub Hol: Closed*
* Unless otherwise stated.
Opening hours for Eve of Christmas and New Year
24 Dec 2013 and 31 Dec 2013 – 8:30 am -1:00 pm
We are closed on Christmas Day, 25 Dec 2013 and New Year's Day, 01 Jan 2014.