Meet with a Librarian (formerly PERCS)
Meet with a Librarian Program
Kent State University librarians will provide expert help to students, faculty, or staff needing research assistance. The Meet with a Librarian program offers users the opportunity to meet for up to one hour for the purpose of identifying and locating needed resources to aid in the completion of classroom assignments. Users will be able to search appropriate scholarly databases for journal articles, browse book catalogs from Kent State University and OhioLINK institutions, and appropriate Web sites for resources.
Students and faculty should take advantage of subject specific branch librarians whenever possible. University Libraries has four branch libraries and the Special Collections and Archives Department. Please contact the Architecture Library, Fashion Library, Map Library, or the Performing Arts Library to schedule consultation times with the librarian. Click here to contact the Special Collections and Archives Department.
Students attending classes on a Kent State University Regional Campus should contact their Campus Library for research help. Click on your Regional Campus to contact the library for research help: Ashtabula Campus, East Liverpool, Geauga Campus, Salem Campus, Stark Campus, Trumbull Campus, or Tuscarawas Campus.
Students attending the College of Podiatric Medicine should contact their library for research help.
Students in the Honors College needing help with their Honors Thesis should contact the appropriate subject librarian based on their thesis topic.
Click on your University status to schedule a regular Meet with a Librarian session.
Meet with a Librarian
A student being helped by a subject librarian.