Henry G. Bennett Memorial Library
The Henry G. Bennett Memorial Library provides materials and services to meet the information needs of graduate and undergraduate students; face to face and online learners as well as faculty, staff, alumni, and community members.
If you’re waiting for your textbook to come in, some print Gen. Ed. textbooks can be scanned by library staff (digital textbooks are not available). Copyright restrictions allow us to send up to one chapter per request. If you would like to make a request, we need your name, SE email address, name of the course, title of the book, and page range emailed to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the library at 580-745-2932.
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The library’s collection includes over 191,468 volumes, 514,287 microforms, and 1773 current periodical subscriptions, as well as, selected newspapers, sound recordings, videos, and software. Additionally, as a selective U. S. Government depository, the library has holdings of, or links to, approximately 187,800 government documents and 12,000 Oklahoma documents in print, microfiche, maps/posters, and online.
Databases containing abstracts and full-text articles from magazines and journals aid patrons in accessing scholarly information from any computer. The Library has access through its digital database subscriptions to over 50,216 full-text periodicals and over 18,969 electronic books are accessible through the catalog. For a complete listing of online databases, refer to the Electronic Resources. Learn more about the history of our Library.
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Sunday: 3pm – 10pm
Monday – Thursday: 7:30am – 10pm
Friday: 7:30am – 5pm