Students and Faculty are provided a 100 page print limit in the library at the start of each semester. If a student runs out of pages, additional pages may be purchased at the circulation desk for $5.00 for 100 pages or 5 cents per page.
Copies can be made by students and faculty using the computer scanning stations. You will need your NSUId to use these stations on first and second floor.
Students will have access to computers with printing capability for database research during the instruction time in the library computer labs. The library has groups of open use computers on first and second floor. The second floor also has some access to iMac computers.
The library has wireless Internet connection on all floors. This allows for laptops to be checked out and used anywhere in the library. Patrons can also bring in their own laptops and connect to the wireless network using the instructions at the following URL:
The wireless network currently provides almost comprehensive connection on all three floors, and work is underway to further reduce the number of “dead spots.” Additional information on policy and procedures is available at the Reserve desk or call ext.3232.
NSU library provides visitors and the community with access to guest computer terminals and information resources. For more information on this service or to view the guest computer policy, consult the form at the link below.
The library has recently made laptop computers available for students, faculty, and staff at the Tahlequah campus. This technology allows patrons to transport a computer to a preferred location of the library and makes it possible to conveniently access print and electronic resources simultaneously. Computers can be checked out and used on-site during regular library hours. Laptops may also be checked out for take home purposes by students, faculty and staff for a loan period of 3 days.
Patrons who want to begin checking out laptops need to complete a laptop agreement form, and two forms of ID is required. To view the Laptop Agreement and Use Policy click below.
Lost and found items are held at the circulation desk (918-444-3235). After one semester, unclaimed items are sent to campus police.
Visitors to campus who are not affiliated with the University through enrollment or employment may obtain a free visitor parking permit from the Parking and Traffic Office. These temporary permits are also available at the Information Booth in the University Center parking lot or at the Information Desk in the lobby of the Administration Building. Temporary permits typically will not be issued for more than two weeks. If you are aware that you will need a temporary permit, you can receive one up to one week in advance. Complete rules and regulations regarding parking at NSU are available at the Parking & Traffic Office.