Dr. Ghada Mousa the Dean of the Faculty of Arts – Alexandria University emphasized the great role of the central library of the university in enrichment of the scientific research.

This came during an interview with the program "The University Wins" on channel-5 (Alexandria TV). The Dean highlighted the efforts of the university in the restoration of historical documents and monuments, that process which extended for seven phases started in 2005 and included 151 documents with a cost of 100,000 EGP in collaboration with governmental bodies.

Dr. Ghada indicated that the library has 83,000 titles and 1312 codex in Arabic and other eastern languages, some of them belong to the era before the invention of the printer. The library also contains heritage books and documents like rare maps of Alexandria, a copy of the book "Description of Egypt", rare pictures, hand writing copy of Holly Quran and old photos of historical mosques.

Dr. Ghada Mousa stated that the university is studying the establishment of a museum in the central library for historical documents and codex.