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Oklahoma State University

Medical Library Tour: Tulsa

Library Spaces and Resources

Located in the Felmlee Building, the library offers quiet relaxing spaces to study or browse books, journals, newspapers, and other resources.

Library Entrance Newspaper, Book, & Journal Browsing Study Spaces


At the circulation desk, patrons can:

  • Get research help from library staff.
  • Check out items (books, headphones, phone chargers, whiteboard markers, etc).
  • Check out books using the medical library self-checkout app OSUMedLib on a mobile phone or tablet. 
  • Pick up books on the hold shelf. 
Circulation Desk Book Self-Checkout  Hold Shelf


Eight group study rooms are available. Seven study rooms seat 6 people each and one conference room seats 14 people.  Each room has presentation equipment (a computer & large TV monitor), whiteboards, and a skeleton model. Two rooms include an OMT table. 

Group Study Room (7 Available) Library Conference Room (1 Available)


In addition to open seating, 156 individual study carrels are available in the Medical Library.

Carrels at the front of the library Carrels in the back of the library


Search the library catalog for books. If you need a book the library does not own, request it through interlibrary loan

Course Textbooks Board Review Books Main Stacks


Four computers and a printer are available. The OSU-CHS IT Help Desk is located in the library for easy assistance.


Printers available in the library include:

Printer (WiFi printing is available)  Poster Printer (For research posters) 3D Printing (Coming soon)


Models are available for observation. Included are skulls, bone boxes, brains, & other anatomy models. Ask library staff to access models. 

Online Library Resources

A to Z List of Resources - Browse Available Online Resources

E-Journals  - Accessible on Desktop and Mobile Devices

Guides - Find E-Books or E-Journals by Subject

Library Catalog - Search for Books, Articles, & More


Have a Question? See Frequently Asked Questions or Contact the Library