Visit the Libraries
Visit K-State Libraries
K-State Libraries encompass Hale Library, in the heart of K-State’s Manhattan campus, along with four branch libraries. Together, the Libraries provide academic services and a gathering center for students and the K-State community.
As part of our land grant mission, all libraries are open to the public and we welcome visitors to explore our beautiful buildings and collections! Visitors can use any or our Mac computers without logging in as well as our free scanners.
Visitors to the Manhattan campus do not need a parking pass for parking lots after 5 p.m. or on weekends.
During business hours, visitors need a visitor parking pass, or you can park in the parking garage at 17th and Anderson Ave. for $1.50/hour. A $5/day garage parking pass can also be purchased in advance.
The closest parking lots to Hale Library are the A5 and A6 lots. A few accessible parking spots are also available in front of Eisenhower Hall and Holton Hall on Mid-Campus Dr. The parking garage is another good option for access to Hale Library.
Access to the buildings
All library locations are available to the public during open hours.
Branch library locations
- Math/Physics Library: 105 Cardwell Hall
- K-State Salina Library: 2310 Centennial Rd., Salina, KS
- Paul Weigel Library of Architecture, Planning and Design: 0081 Reigner Hall
- Veterinary Medical Library: 422 Trotter Hall
We are happy to arrange tours for those who wish to learn more about our buildings and services, including Hale Library.
If you would like to request a tour for K-12 students, please contact Ashley Stark.