Eastern Oregon University

In response to COVID-19, library services have moved online. For information on library services and book check out see EOU Remote Resources and Services.

Request Books

Using Books and Other Items During Spring Term 2020

During Spring Term 2020, EOU students, faculty, and staff can continue to checkout EOU owned library items through a request process. Open browsing of the library collection will not be available, but EOU owned items can be requested through the Primo system. Library staff will pull items you request, and if you are in Union County you will get an email when the item is ready to be picked up. If you are outside of Union County, then the library will mail the item to your home address and you will be responsible for return postage. Instructions for requesting items through Primo are listed below. Please contact us with any questions.

How To Request Items from EOU

1. Begin by searching for your topic or item in Primo.

2. Click on the title of the item you want. Sign in to Primo to access the request option.

Sign In

3. In the Find & Request section choose the link that says “Request From EOU”.

Request items from EOU

4. Fill out the request form.

  • If you live in Union County select the Pierce Library pickup location and you will be contacted by the library to arrange for a pickup time, as the building is currently closed to the EOU community and public.
  • If you live outside of Union County then select the Home Address pickup location and the item will be mailed to the mailing address listed in your EOU account. If you need the items sent to a different address, please specify this in the comments section. You will be responsible for return postage when sending the item back.

Once you have filled out the form click on the Request button to submit the request.

Request items from EOU

5. Once your item has been processed you will receive an email to your EOU email address with further instructions for pickup or confirmation that your item has been mailed to you.

More questions?

If you need any assistance please Ask a Librarian.