Information for Campus Groups and Community Members

At K-State Libraries we recognize that our patrons have specialized needs. Accordingly, we have developed resource guides for various groups on campus and in the community.

Accessibility in the Libraries

K-State Libraries and Information Technology Services offer accessibility services, software, equipment and services to ensure that all library users have equal access to the Libraries' resources and facilities.


Located in Seaton Hall, the Paul Weigel Library of Architecture, Planning & Design contains resources for architecture and planning professionals such as architectural design, landscape architecture, interior design, and regional planning.

Alumni and Community Members

We are proud to serve the citizens of Manhattan and the surrounding communities. This guide will help you navigate the resources available to you.

Distance Learners

Even if you can’t make it to campus, check out these K-State Libraries resources that are still available to you.


These reference and instruction resources will assist with your research and teaching needs

Friends of K-State Libraries

The Friends provide the support needed for K-State Libraries to expand their holdings and improve their facilities in order to better serve Kansas State students, faculty, and staff, as well as academic and community visitors.

Graduate Students

Use these resources to help with your research, learning, and teaching needs.

International Students

U.S. libraries are often very different than libraries in other countries. This page will point out some important differences.

K-12 Students

Bring your K-12 students and have them experience a college-level research library.

Mathematicians and Physicists

The Math/Physics Library houses portions of K-State Libraries’ collection that specifically relate to math and physics.

Undergraduate Students

Whether you want to tour the library, need help finding articles for your paper, or want to check whether or not a book is on reserve, these resources will help.

Last updated: 10/27/2016