Please contact us for more information on any of our services or resources. Our librarians will be more than happy to answer your questions and assist you in locating items or information, provide guidance in researching a topic, or assist you in using any of the print or electronic resources in the library.
Virtual Research Appointments are available to help you find resources, refine your search questions, or assistance with research problems. Fill out this form to request a video appointment with a librarian.
Start your library research by visiting the McFarlin Library Website:
McFarlin Library's bookstacks are fully open to students, faculty and staff.
The library also offers a retrieval service. If you need a book or books you may fill out the online book request form. Library staff will retrieve the book(s) you need for you to pick up at the Plaza Level Check-out Desk.
Your TU ID serves as your library borrower’s card. You MUST have your TU ID card with you in order to check out any materials. Circulating materials include books, music CDs, educational DVDs (documentaries, classic films) and popular DVDs (recent movies, TV shows).
Check out times for undergrad students:
Check out times for grad students:
You may renew materials at the Library Service Desk, by phone (918-631-2871) or through your "My Library" account.
Books can be recalled after 14 days. You may ask the Check Out Dept. to put a hold on a book so that it will come to you as soon as it's returned.
Print magazines/journals/newspapers and materials from Special Collections do not circulate.
All TU students have access to the Law Library (MLIC) and may check out most items available there. MLIC may have slightly different policies about length of checkout.
Self-service copiers are located on the Intermediate and Lower Levels of the McFarlin west wing. Copies are $.10/page. A change machine is available next to the copier on the Intermediate Level.
Free scanners are available on either side of the main stairwell on the Lower Level.
McFarlin Library opened in 1930 with additions added in 1966, 1979 and 2009. It's a wonderfully challenging building to navigate.
Study areas in the library include: