Find out how to use the library’s website and unlock the power of your library card.
Stop by any branch or the bookmobile and fill out a library card application.
Bring valid photo identification and proof of address with you. Anyone 13 years or younger will need a signature from a parent or legal guardian.
Your library card gives you access to Cass County Public Library's physical collection (books, DVDs, etc.), digital collection (eBooks, eAudiobooks), online resources (online encyclopedias, practice tests, etc.), and public computers in each branch.
You must present your own library card to check out items and to use the library's computers.
If you have lost your library card, we can issue you a replacement card for $1.00.
If you can't find an item on the shelf, you can request it through the online catalog. Click here to learn how.
If you can't find an item in our catalog, you can also request it from a different library through WorldCat. Click here to learn how.
You can check when your items are due, if holds have come in, and renew items through your online library account. Click here to learn more.
Click here to learn how to access or download books and audiobooks to your computer, eReader, mp3 player, phone, or other device.
Patrons with their own valid library card can use public computers at any CCPL branch.
To log on, sit down at an available computer, enter your library card number and PIN, agree to our Acceptable Use of Electronic Resources policy, and access the resources you need. Your PIN should your birthdate in MMDD format, unless you changed it online. For example, if your birthday is August 3rd, your PIN would be 0803.
All Cass County Public Library branches offer free WiFi. To connect, find the WiFi network that matches the branch you're in. Then, check the box to agree to our Acceptable Use of Electronic Resources Policy. Click Continue and you should then be connected to the library's WiFi and can browse the internet.
Black and white printing is available at all Cass County Public Library locations from copy machines and public access computers for 15 cents per page. Double-sided prints are 30 cents per page.
Wireless printing is available at all branches as well. Patrons can print from their own laptops and devices as long as they are connected to the library’s WiFi. Click here to get started.
Use Print Preview to make sure you are printing exactly what you want, as staff cannot refund money for blank pages.
If you’re having trouble with anything else, ask a librarian!