Located in Cardwell Hall, the Math/Physics Library houses portions of KState Libraries’ collection that specifically relate to math and physics. Open to everyone on campus, the library offers wireless printing, free scanning, computers, collaboration stations group work, group study space, and comfortable seating.
Reserve the Faculty Conference room  Math and Physics Faculty may reserve the conference room by contacting the Math and Physics Library at (785) 5326827.
Resources
SCOAP3 has converted key journals in the field of HighEnergy Physics to Open Access at no cost for authors.


Engineering Village (Compendex, INSPEC, GeoBASE) indexes journals, conference proceedings, and books in fields such as physics, computer science, and engineering mathematics. 

MathSciNet is a comprehensive, researchlevel database covering the world’s mathematical literature since 1940.  
arXiv.og provides open access to over 960,811 electronic articles in physics, mathematics, and many other fields.  
Scopus is an interdisciplinary resource with extensive resources in science and engineering.  
Web of Science is an interdisciplinary resource that covers over 8,000 journals as well as allows for "cited reference" searching. 