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Welcome to your library!

The Indiana University Kokomo Library is the academic hub of campus and is one of the busiest buildings on the Kokomo campus. On the first floor of the library, you will find study rooms with screen sharing stations for group work, dozens of computer workstations, and lots of reading nooks with comfortable furniture. On the second floor, you will find the majority of our print collections, as well as small study rooms and carrels for quiet study.

The IU Kokomo Library:

  • Has the spaces you need to both study independently and collaborate with classmates.
  • Has the resources you need for coursework and research.
  • Promotes free thought and expression, open-ended inquiry, and critical thinking.
  • Serves the entire Kokomo community.

The current library building opened in 1995, but the Library's roots date back to 1965. The first floor of the library was renovated in fall 2015.

Library facts

Part of one of the nation's largest university library systems, the Indiana University Kokomo Library's collection of 1.3 million items includes many diverse and special collections. The Library is also designated as a Federal Depository Library serving the 4th Congressional District. The materials that comprise the Library's collections span physical, online, and multimedia formats. These remarkable collections include:

  • Campus Archives, the official repository for the records of Indiana University Kokomo that have long-term historical, legal, fiscal, and administrative value
  • Government Information Collection, a Federal and state depository library featuring congressional bills, presidential documents, reports, and more
  • Special Collections, a collection of archival materials and rare books

Visit our Fast Facts page for snapshot statistics about our collections and services.

Fast Facts

Last Updated: 24 May 2019

Last updated: 06/11/2019