About Liverpool Public Library
Liverpool Public Library is an independent agency, tax-supported by the residents of the Liverpool Central School District, with its own elected Board of Trustees. The library is a member of the Onondaga County Public Library System. The library has been housed at its present location since 1975, but the history of library services to the Liverpool community dates back to 1822. The library has a variety of circulating collections including: multiple copies of best sellers, current paperbacks, magazines, books on tape, DVDs, compact discs, and lots more. Internet access and software applications are available at computers in the adult and children's rooms. Programs for children include story times and craft programs. Adult programs include After Dinner book discussion group, Internet programs and the Armchair Traveler film series. The library, including the restrooms, is fully wheelchair accessible.
Current students: Please direct questions about your lessons, quizzes,
assignments, and other course materials to your instructor or course administrator.
You can use the course discussion areas for this purpose.
If you have questions about accessing the online classroom, retrieving your lessons,
changing your password, correcting your e-mail address, obtaining progress reports
or completion letters, receiving an extension, or any other administrative tasks,
New or potential students: If you have questions about course content,
prerequisites, requirements, follow-ups, or instructors, you'll find the information
you need by locating the courses that interest you. Click the course title to review
the course details.
If you require any assistance with registration, please contact:
Liverpool Public Library
310 Tulip St.
Liverpool, NY 13088
Phone: +1 (315) 457-0310 Ext:104courses@LPL.org