Answered By: Donna Stewart Last Updated: Mar 26, 2020 Views: 9
The University, in compliance with the Stay At Home Order issued by Ohio Governer Mike DeWine, has closed all Cleveland State University buildings, including Rhodes Tower and the Michael Schwartz Library.
Although our building is closed and classes have moved online, we are still your information hub, and the library is doing everything we can continue to provide the level of services and support you've come to expect. We can't offer silent study carrels or print materials, but we have services and support for distance learning and research that may surprise you.
CSU librarians are all working remotely and available to assist you.
We're here for you. We look to our users - students and faculty - to tell us how we can help you, and we're actively devising new ways to deliver what you need. Please don't hesitate to reach out.
Visit this page for continual updates as we learn more about what you need, and how to help you get it.
- Services and support for distance learning and research
- Your CSU librarians
- Continuity of Library Services (for continual updates)