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Looking for additional resources?
Check out these library catalogs and use our Interlibrary Loan service.

The MnPALS catalog includes all MnSCU libraries, state agency libraries, and several private college libraries in Minnesota. Most resources found can be easily borrowed by clicking on the ILL button.

Students may apply for a public library card at the Marshall Lyon County Library, 201 C St. in Marshall.  Bring a form of identification and something with your name on it that shows your current address such as a piece of mail sent to you.  The public library is an excellent resource for leisure reading and has a wide variety of children's literature. 

The MnLink catalog includes the resources of almost all the libraries in Minnesota: public libraries, universities and colleges including the University of Minnesota system and most private universities and colleges, as well as state agencies and other special library collections.  Materials are easily borrowed by clicking on the interlibrary loan button.  

WorldCat is available through the OCLC FirstSearch service, a reference service offering more than 70 databases in a variety of subjects. Library users can look for materials using the Chinese, English, French, Japanese or Spanish interface and in basic, advanced or expert search modes. You can also see whether the our Library owns materials, and if not, request them from another library.



Story Image Pat Carmody is Cowan Award Winner

Registrar Pat Carmody is the 2017 Cowain Award Winner, and will receive a special medal during Commencement exercises May 6.

Story Image Dene Kay Thomas is Commencement Speaker

Dr. Dene Kay Thomas, president of Fort Lewis College and an SMSU alumna, is this year's Commencement speaker

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