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Welcome to the Kent State Geauga Campus Library!
While this guide provides direct links to the library's website and other online services, the physical library (located in Burton) has a full range of services, including personal assistance by our library staff.
Specific KSU Library Links
My Library Account
Use this link to access your library account. Please use your flashline credentials to login.
Connecting from Off-campus
Information on how to connect to the library from off-campus locations.
Kentlink provides access to the resources in the library catalog.
How to Use the Library Tutorials
List of tutorials on how to access library resources.
This link provides access to all of the library policies regarding library services.
Procedures for Community Borrowers
Community Borrower privileges are valid for one year from the date of application and may be renewed upon payment of any outstanding library charges.
Community Borrowers are limited to a maximum total of 20 items at one time (this includes checked out items, requested items, and items being returned to OhioLINK/SearchOhio institutions).
Community Card Borrower Application
Please complete this application to obtain a community borrowing card.
Library Service Locations
Kent State Geauga Campus Library
The physical library of the Geauga Campus and Twinsburg Academic Center is located in Burton.
Circulation Desk Phone: 440-834-3722
TAC (Twinsburg Book PickUp)
For Twinsburg students and faculty, the Kent Campus Library has set up a pick-up drop off location at the Twinsburg Public Library. Please have your Kent State ID available to pick up materials. The TPL staff cannot waive fines or address library record issues with your requests. If you have research needs you should contact Dr. Mary Hricko at email@example.com.
Important Updates - Geauga Library Information
Geauga Campus Library Hours (Fall)
The library is open 8AM -5PM
Physical Materials Pick-up
Geauga Campus and Twinsburg Academic Center
The Geauga Campus Library provides library services to the Geauga Campus and Twinsburg Academic Center.
Twinsburg Public Library pick-up drop off location
The Twinsburg Public Library is located at 10500 Ravenna Road.
If you are picking up/returning books to the Twinsburg Public Library, please contact the Twinsburg Public Library directly about the TPL’s curbside pickup schedule at the following number (330-425-4268).
Please have your University ID available to pick up materials at TPL.
The library has several laptop computers that students can check out and use within the library for doing work within the library. Students can print their documents using the library computers. These computers cannot be checked out for overnight use. To ensure safety, computers will be cleaned after patron use.
There is a copy machine in the library. Students can use their FLASHLINE card to print or purchase a print card in the library. The print card station is located near the copy machine. Students can purchase a print cards for $1 or $5. The library cannot provide change for the print card machine. For assistance, please contact the library staff. The library staff is not responsible for lost print cards.
Many students place money on their flashcards for printing. Instructions to put money on your FLASHCARD can be found at the following link: FLASHCARD - Add Cash
For students who do not have a FLASHcard, please stop by the Office of Services to get a card.
The Kent State University Geauga Campus Library is also a member of the Midwest National Network of Libraries of Medicine. (NNLM).
The mission of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine is to advance the progress of medicine and improve the public health by 1) providing equal access to biomedical information to all U.S. Health professional; and 2) improving the public's access to information to enable them to make informed decisions about their health and wellness.