Fill out the purchase request form to suggest items for the library to add to our collections.
You may appeal library fines or charges for late, lost, or damaged materials if you believe the charges have been mistakenly assessed or that extenuating circumstances warrant reduction or cancellation. To prevent interest from accruing, appeal library fines or charges within 30 calendar days of the original billing. You will receive a response to any appeal within 1 week.
If you are a currently registered student or an employee of the university, your ONID account will give you access to online library resources such as databases, articles and e-books.
Not all ONID users have this access. To check to see if you or another ONID user should have access, see the Library Electronic Services Matrix
ONID holders with a need for online library services can request access. Please be aware that requesting access does not equal granting access.
If your visiting appointment is with Courtesy* status:
If your visiting appointment is with Associate* status:
Visiting scholars/faculty who don’t fit in the two categories noted above may still qualify for a community patron account while living in Oregon.
*PLEASE NOTE, the OSU Libraries does not assign status type. Check with your home department or University Human Resources for status questions.