Our staff is recognized across campus for their supportive, friendly, and patron-oriented service. We appreciate your support and value your input.
Sarah Copeland - Library Director
Andy Foskey - Librarian, Information Literacy/Learning Systems and Services
Suzanne Ratcliff - Secretary
Slade Scoggins - Interlibrary Loans
Becca Tedesco - Circulation/Public Service Coordinator
Monica Twork - Librarian, Information Literacy/Learning Services
Brianne Yancy - Records/Catalog Coordinator
Visions and Values
The Library at Cleveland State strives to be an approachable and accessible regional information resource that is sensitive to the needs of all users and fosters excitement in the process of information access. We are service oriented and offer a staff who evaluate and organize information, provide instruction and actively solicit new ways to accommodate the information needs of our students, faculty, staff and community users. Our collection offers diverse materials in a variety of formats. The Library supports the vision of the College "to be the college of choice in our region," and to "give learning our highest priority and be recognized for academic excellence, student success, and service to the community."
We value exemplary service.
We value academic and intellectual freedom.
We value diversity.
We value the importance of information in improving the quality of people's lives.
We value the instruction process in nurturing intellectual exploration and growth.
We value cooperation within the College and throughout our service area.
We value relationships with local businesses, organizations and educational institutions and agencies.
We value a well-prepared staff who keep abreast of new trends in information access and the emerging technologies which support that access.
The library staff strives to provide various spaces and services for study and research for all students. To get the most benefit from your library experience, please keep in mind the following guidelines:
Ask questions! The library staff is here to help you.
Need technology? The library has many computers available for student use. All library computer labs are loaded with Microsoft Office Suite and Internet Explorer. Computers in the instruction lab are accessible whenever the lab is not reserved for a class. Computers in room L-209 are for class work and CSCC licensed software only.
In order to maximize everyone's access and time on the campus computer network, please limit your time on the computers to learning. Use Internet games, commercial videos and movies at home.
Your student ID is needed to check out library materials and to print from the computers.
Cell phones may be used in the library foyer.
Water bottles, covered drinks and non-messy snacks are okay away from keyboards and books, please.
Refer a friend! Tell everyone how much you love the library and that they should come check us out.
Share your ideas and needs with us. You and your ideas make this your library!
Thanks for helping create and maintain a positive library environment.
- Campus community will perceive the library as a campus place of study, resources and research training
- Library resources will be useful, timely and appropriate to campus populations and in supporting the college curriculum
- Students will develop basic information research skills and the ability to evaluate information resources