Schedule a Visit
The School of Information invites prospective students, researchers, community members and partners to schedule a visit to our location on the third floor of the University Library at the Kent Campus of Kent State University.
To schedule a visit, please contact the appropriate location and let us know what you'd like to see and whom you'd like to meet. We'll do our best to set up a tour of the facilities that match your particular interests, either during our normal office hours (8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday) or at another time by special arrangement.
To visit the Kent Campus:
- Call 330-672-2782, or
- Email iSchool@kent.edu
Visit our Locations and Facilities page for more information about how to find us, where to park, etc.
Although our courses are offered entirely online, students in the local area have the opportunity to conduct research, meet with faculty and other students and use the computer lounge and student lounge.
Note: All inquiries about the School and applying to the program (for online, Kent Campus) should be directed to the Kent Campus office:
School of Information Kent State University 314 Library, 1125 Risman Dr. P.O. Box 5190 Kent, OH 44242-0001 330-672-2782 (Main office) 330-672-7965 (Fax)
Researchers may wish to avail themselves of one or more of the many unique and sophisticated collections or facilities available through the School of Information on the Kent Campus -- including the Digital Laboratory, MuseLab, Usability Lab,Reinberger Children's Library Center and Marantz Picturebook Collection for the Study of Picturebook Art and individual Research Labs.
Please see the instructions above to schedule a visit. Be sure to tell us about your research interests and onsite needs so we may best assist you during your visit.
Our unique collections in the Reinberger Children's Library Center and the Marantz Picturebook Collection for the Study of Picturebook Art appeal to local practitioners as well as researchers interested in learning about the best and latest in children's literature and librarianship. Visits to these facilities is by appointment only. Please refer to the instructions above to schedule a visit. Be sure to tell us about your interests and onsite needs so we may best assist you during your visit.
The School's MuseLab attracts individuals from a variety of backgrounds to enjoy its exhibits. Members of the general public, as well as students and scholars with an interest in museum studies, are welcome to visit the MuseLab during its hours of operation or by appointment.