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Centennial Library

Welcome to the Cedarville University Centennial Library. Our staff is committed to helping you locate, use, and evaluate academic resources. In addition, we work with your professors and advisors to ensure your academic success.

The Centennial Library provides you with access to a print and digital collection of over 270,000 items and an additional 24,000 academic journals to support your research needs.

This section provides an overview of specific resources necessary and available for your research needs. 

To be a successful online student, you will need to access various library resources using your library ID number.  

Your 14-digit library ID number is available through CedarInfo in the Academic (Student) Transactions area. In the filter at the top of the CedarInfo webpage, enter "library id" to help locate the link more easily.

Your student ID also includes your library ID number.  Students enrolling in campus-based or online courses can obtain a student ID through Campus Safety.

Access Centennial Library at We also provide a resource portal for distance/online students, which provides a one-stop shop for the library links you will most often use. 

You can also find OneSearch on this website. This resource allows you to search for books, articles, multimedia, and more across the library’s entire collection of materials. It is a good place to begin your research.

Research guides, also known as LibGuides, have been compiled for all subject areas.

Interlibrary loans are available for you if you would like to request an article that Centennial Library does not have access to. We can request it for you from another library through interlibrary loan (ILL)

We also have tutorials available online through our YouTube page as well as the University’s Atomic Learning website

RefWorks is a significant time-saver as you create bibliographies or reference pages for your papers. It also helps you organize articles and references from online databases into a single location. Investing time into this resource returns significant dividends throughout your program.

The mobile library app, CULib2Go, is available and helpful for busy students. Visit the CULib2Go! website for more information or to download the mobile app for use on your smartphone or tablet.

The Ask a Librarian resource allows you to browse our frequently asked questions (FAQs), or ask one of your own.

Librarians are available to help you with your research and answer your questions via phone, email, text, or LibChat. If you have questions, contact Kristi Coe.

Kristi Coe, MS, RN Health Science Librarian
LIB 115.