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Library Services for the Public: Library Account

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The Phillips Catalog

The Phillips Library Catalog contains records for all books, eBooks, and resources owned by the Phillips Library.

Searching the catalog does not require signing in to your library account, but logging in does allow you to:

How to Access Your Library Account

To sign in to the catalog, click the Sign In button in the top right-hand corner of the page and click Special Borrowers.
A screenshot of the top right-hand corner of the library catalog with a purple box around the Sign In button   Screenshot of the catalog sign in options with a purple box around the Special Borrowers link.

Fill in your User ID and your password, and then click Login.
Your User ID is your library barcode (with no spaces). Your password is the one you created when signing in to the catalog for the first time. If you are a new user or forgot your password, please see the box below for instructions on resetting your password.
You are now logged in to the catalog! From here you'll be able to view your loans, requests, saved items, and search history.

         Screenshot of the special borrower login fields.   Screenshot of a signed in library account.

Reseting Your Password

If you are a new user or haven't logged in recently you'll need to reset your password. Click "Need help signing in?" and then click Special Borrowers.
Enter either your Library Barcode (no spaces) in the User Id field or your email address in the email field and click Send. An email with a password reset link will be sent to your email address that we have on file. Follow the instructions in the email to reset your password.
Once you've reset your password follow the instructions above to log in to your account. If you have any questions or need help contact us at or 918-270-6437.

A screenshot of the "Need help signing in" link.    A screenshot of the Special Borrowers reset password link. A screenshot of the ExLibris Sign In fields for special borrowers.