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Oklahoma State University Libraries

The Oklahoma State University Libraries exist as a resource to expand the learning potential of students and citizens of our state and to enhance the teaching and research capabilities of our faculty. The Edmon Low Library, which sits at the heart of campus, has served as the home of the main collection since 1953. The OSU Library has been a member of the prestigious Association of Research Libraries since 1962.

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The Circulation Department staffs the Circulation Desk and Laptop Desk in the Edmon Low Library whenever the building is open. We check out and check in library materials. Circulation is also the checkout point for the Library’s collection of laptops, MacBooks and tablets. We are the pickup location for Interlibrary Loan items, books "on hold" and recalled books. We also oversee the reservation and checking out of the Library Study Rooms. What we do: Answer questions about the Library whenever the building is open; Check out books and laptops to students, faculty and staff; Pickup area for Interlibrary Loan items, items on Hold and Recalled materials; Provide circulation services to state residents and visiting scholars.

News and Events

Construction Updates
First floor restrooms are closed. Find the latest updates on our renovations.
New Exhibit - Oklahoma Maps
Visit the Kniffin Gallery on the second floor to explore our new exhibit, "The History of Indian Territory & Oklahoma Through Maps"
null Now Live! Open Research Oklahoma
We've migrated our institutional repository to better enhance the visibility of research in Oklahoma!
A photo of a large staircase, surrounded by white and red-tan marble collumns and brass railing with angular designs. Added is the text 'Sidebar The Pioneer Woman' Sidebar: The Pioneer Woman
In the early days of OAMC, the class of 1928 gifted the University "The Pioneer Woman."