Library Quick Links
- Ask a Question: Call 785-628-4434 or 1-800-628-3478 and ask for the Reference Desk. Or, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Renew your books: Call 785-628-4434, or go to Primo and click Sign In in the upper right corner. Select CAS Tiger Tracks and login. In Primo, click My Account in the upper right corner, and select the books you would like to renew. More information about checking out materials
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Take a Virtual Tour of Forsyth Library.
General Collection: Books that can be checked out. Located on the 2nd floor, west side. Books are shelved in LC order.
Reference: Encyclopedias, factbooks, maps, etc. These items cannot be checked out without permission from a librarian.
Government Documents: Federal, State, Foreign, and United Nations documents; many of these can be checked out. Located on 2nd floor, east side.
Special Collections: The Special Collections/Archives room has several different collections for the researcher. Subjects range from the history of the West to military history, geneaology and the history of FHSU. Located on the main floor. Contact Patty Nichols, Archivist, for an appointment.
Center for Ethnic Studies: This room houses a variety of genealogical materials and other resources relating to the Volga German heritage of this area of Kansas. Contact Patty Nicholas for an appointment.
Digital Collections: This growing collection of library materials available online includes FHSU Masters Theses, photos of the early days of FHSU, Ben Franklin letters, items from Sternberg Museum and Kansas Cosmosphere, and more.