Don’t have a library card yet? No problem! To have immediate access to the library’s collection, complete this form to obtain a temporary, 30-day, digital card. To get your permanent card, please visit your local library.
Research the requirements of the colleges you’re interested in to learn about admission deadlines and which tests to take.
“With the impact today’s technology has upon the professional world, many students find themselves better prepared for college and careers after completing CareerTech instruction. Oklahoma’s network of 29 technology centers on 59 campuses serves high school and adult learners with specialized career training in more than 90 instructional areas. High school students living in a technology center district attend tuition free, while adults are charged nominal tuition.”
Visit Oklahoma Career Tech to learn more about Oklahoma’s technology centers.
“There are many advantages to choosing a trade or vocational school over a traditional college. Mainly, it’s a faster and more affordable entry into your dream career. Also, since these jobs tend to be in demand, you’ll be ready for the future.”
Visit Best Trade Schools to learn more about all vocational school opportunities in your area.
Apply for Oklahoma’s Promise – Allows 8th – 10th grade students from families with an income of $50,000 or less to earn a college tuition scholarship. Students must also meet academic and conduct requirements in high school.
Learning Express – Prepare for your college admission test with practice tests for ACT, SAT, AP classes and more from Learning Express!
Determine your interests, skills, and work values and use them to find career options that are right for you.
Learning Express –Learn more about careers & practice for career exams in health (nursing, dental, pharmacy & veterinary), law enforcement, military (ASVAB), CDL and more from Learning Express!
Occupational Outlook Handbook- Explore Careers with the Occupational Outlook Handbook from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Whether you’re a first-time college student, returning college student, non-traditional college student, or in secondary technical school or vocational training, these resources can help you in your studies.
Don’t have a library card yet? Get your library card using online registration!
Use the resource links below with your library card for valuable research and homework assistance.
Computers with Internet access are available at each of the branch libraries. Library card holders are allowed 2 one-hour sessions each day. Children under 18 may be allowed Internet access with the approval of a parent or guardian. Visitors may request a Guest Pass at the service desk. Guests are permitted one pass per day.
We offer free wireless Internet access at all 15 branches.
Our branches offer a number of business services for a small fee. You can copy, fax, scan, or print emails, documents, photos, boarding passes, web pages, and more at EOLS. Work directly from a library computer or use your smartphone, tablet, home computer, or laptop to send a mobile print request.
Notary services are offered at most branches. Cost is $2.00 per stamp. Contact your local library to determine availability.
Free proctoring services for individuals are offered at most branches. Contact your local library to determine availability.
Interlibrary Loan (ILL) connects patrons with libraries nationwide to borrow books and materials that EOLS does not own. Request and receive ILL materials at your local library.