The State Library of Kansas provides on-site and online information services for
- State & local governments
- Other state agencies
- State legislators & legislative staff
- Local libraries & their users
- Kansans & visitors
The State Library of Kansas will deliver timely library services and educational resources to help all Kansans be successful in a global market.
The State Library of Kansas seeks to improve the lives of Kansas residents by providing resources that: increase reading readiness and on-grade reading acuity; improve chances for academic success; help start and grow businesses; assist individuals with employment opportunities; and provide lifelong educational opportunities.
The State Library of Kansas is located in the State Capitol building in Topeka. The library's primary mission is to serve the residents of Kansas through direct service and through support of local libraries. Even before statehood, the State Library served as a depository of legal and historical documents and as a ready resource to the executive and legislative branches of Kansas government. Today, through the latest technology and access to online research databases, the State Library of Kansas offers more information than ever to the residents of Kansas.
State Library of Kansas News
SLK News is the official news source for the State Library of Kansas. Visit SLK News to find State Library news, announcements, press releases and more.