All of the libraries on the Eugene campus have printers for UO students, faculty, and staff to use. Follow the steps on this webpage to print from a library computer or your own laptop. You will need to have your UO ID card charged up with Duck Bucks to pay for your print job. Community members can purchase a print card and add Duck Bucks at the kiosk near the Checkout/Reserves Desk in Knight Library
Members of the community who are not current UO students, faculty, or staff may participate in the Oregon Card program, which allows borrowers to check out up to 10 items, place holds on items, and make interlibrary loan requests for a fee.
Renew your books by logging in to your LibrarySearch Account and select the items you want to renew. Most items in the general collection will auto-renew as long as no one else has requested the item. If your item does not auto-renew, you may contact the Checkout/Reserves desk at 541-346-3065 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit the UO Libraries page and select the “Library Accounts” tab on the pale green toolbar at the top of the page. Click on “LibrarySearch Account” and log in with your DuckID. Once logged in, you will see three columns, and the middle column provides information on your requests and their statuses.
Yes, there are subject librarians that focus on specific academic disciplines. There is a list of subject specialist librarians and their contact information so you can schedule an appointment if you'd like. You may also access subject-specific research guides that will direct you to the UO librarian responsible for that academic discipline as well as relevant resources.
Requests for books and other physical items located in the UO Libraries generally take 1-3 days to fulfill. Books and other physical items requested from Summit libraries generally arrive within 3-5 days. Books and other physical items requested through interlibrary loan generally arrive within 10 days. Library patrons will be notified by email when the item is ready for pickup.
For newly graduated seniors, their account is still active for six months. Borrowing (ILL and Summit) and off-campus database access are the same as if they were a student for the six months following graduation. For example, if you graduated in June, you have an active student account until December.