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Library Polices

Edit Guide Title: Kokomo Library


(also see Borrowing)
  • May I have food or drink in the library?
    Food and drink are allowed at the Kokomo campus library but should be consumed away from the computers.
  • Is my cell phone allowed in the library?
    Yes, but please be considerate of other patrons by keeping the volume low or setting your phone to off or silenced. Calls should be taken outside the library or in a private study room whenever possible. 
  • Questions?
    Need assistance finding information? Use Ask-a-Librarian to submit a question, check FAQs, or contact a librarian.

Reserves - Textbooks

  • Does the library have the textbook for my class?
    Check with staff to see if the textbook you need is available or visit our online course reserve guide. Textbooks held at the library may be used inside the library but may not be checked out.

Computers and the Internet

  • What is MyIvy?
    MyIvy is Ivy Tech Community College's student portal for email, course registration, grades, transcripts, online payments, class communication, college events and other student services. 
  • Can I use a library computer if I'm not an Ivy Tech student, faculty, or staff member?
    Yes. Non-Ivy Tech computer users must present a state-issued photo ID at the library desk to receive a guest account.
  • Do I need a special login to use the library's computers?
    Yes. To log onto the computers in the library, you need to use the same username and password that you use for MyIvy. Off-campus access to library resources also requires your MyIvy username and password.  


  • Can I donate books or other materials to the library?
    Donations that meet the information needs of Ivy Tech students, faculty, and staff are always appreciated. Please see a librarian for more information on how to make a donation.