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Student Services

The OSU-Tulsa Library Staff invites students to take advantage of the services provided especially for them. Professional reference librarians will assist you with your informational needs, research questions, and general library use.


Please take advantage of the services reviewed on the other pages of the OSU-Tulsa Library home page and the following special services for students. The Library and its staff are here to assist you in achieving the greatest results in your academic pursuits.

Top 10 Things to Know About the OSU-Tulsa Library


10. Where do I find the Library?

  • The Library is located in Main Hall. Use our campus map to find us.

  • You can find many resources on our website. Access online Library resources 24/7 from your home or office.

  • Start from our Databases A-Z list and when you click on a database you will be prompted to login with your O-Key login (your OSU email and password). Remember you need to activate your O-Key Account and establish your O-Key email address and password before accessing Library resources remotely.


9. Need Help? Call, Come in, Chat, Text or Email Us.


8. Looking for books, DVDs, streaming media and more?

  • Use the OSU-Tulsa Library Search to find articles, eBooks, books, streaming media and more at the OSU-Tulsa Library.

  • eBooks are accessible 24/7 and include general and reference books. Great resources when you need help with research papers at 1:00 am in the morning!

  • Note Borrowing policies for checkout and renewal information. You can Renew Books through the OSU-Tulsa Library Search My Account too!


7. Looking for journal articles?


6. Need help organizing your references?


5. If we do not have the book or article you are looking for, we will get it for you!

You can borrow materials from other libraries through Interlibrary Loan. Or if you need a book chapter scanned from a book we own, try Document Delivery.


4. Computer Printing / Photocopying / Scanning

  • OSU-Tulsa utilizes Pharos software to manage printing.

  • For assistance with printing from the public printing kiosks around campus, instructions are here.

  • The library highly encourages you to save documents by using a flash drive, emailing them to yourself, saving to One Drive or Google Drive.

  • Copy machines are available in the Library. Copies are $0.10 per page.

  • The Library has several scanners for students to use. Inquire at the Reference Desk.


3. Group Study Rooms

  • Seven group study rooms within the library are available to students. Please reserve a room online, at the Circulation Desk or call (918) 594-8130.

  • Rooms can be reserved for a four hour period. Several of the rooms are equipped with computers and other equipment. For more information see the Group Study Room Guidelines.


2. Instructor Reserves

  • Instructors may place physical books and articles on reserve for required reading. These are held at the Reserve Desk under the instructor's name. Present a current student I.D. to use reserve materials. Reserve items may be checked out at any time.


1. Learn more about the Library!

Access Policy

As a publicly supported institution, OSU-Tulsa Library welcomes persons who wish to visit or use the library for research or educational purposes. However, the resources of the library are intended primarily for the students, faculty, and staff of OSU-Tulsa.


Therefore, library privileges are limited for other users. Because OSU-Tulsa students pay tuition and a per-credit library fee, they have priority in using all resources. Please consult the Guest Access Policy for complete details.


Computer Policy

Library workstations are intended to provide expanded access to research and educational resources for OSU-Tulsa students, faculty, and staff. Please consult the Computer and Network Use Policy for responsible workstation use and workstation printing.



OSU-Tulsa students are responsible for purchasing required texts for their classes. Libraries generally do not keep current copies of textbooks. Therefore students are strongly discouraged from requesting classroom textbooks through ILL.

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