The Pacific Collection of The University of the South Pacific Library is a special collection of library materials both published and unpublished pertaining to the Pacific. It is a closed access collection of items housed in a controlled temperature environment with a reading room for users. Current and old materials with no restrictions placed on format or type are collected from all over the world.
The Oceania Sport Information Centre was established in 1997, as a joint project of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Oceania National Olympic Committee (ONOC), the Australian Sport Commission (ASC), UNESCO and the University of the South Pacific (USP).
OSIC is the only regional Sport Information Centre in the world that has been receiving special funding from the International Olympic Committee (IOC) through its Olympic Solidarity Program.
PIMRIS (Pacific Islands Marine Resources Information System) is a formal cooperative network of libraries and information centres within regional organisations and government agencies concerned with the development of fisheries and marine resources in the Pacific. Its aim is to improve access to information on marine resources in the region.
PIMRIS participants include ministerial or departmental libraries in most Pacific nations, as well as regional agencies based in Apia, Samoa (SPREP), Honiara in the Solomon Islands (FFA), Noumea and New Caledonia (SPC).