Today’s Hours:

All Hours & Directions

Terrell Main Library

8am - 12am

Circulation Desk

8am - 12am

Research Help Daytime

10am - 12pm. 1:30pm - 5pm

Libraries Administrative Office

9am - 12pm. 1pm - 4pm

Azariah's Cafe

8am - 8pm

Audiovisual Department

8:30am - 12pm. 1pm - 4:30pm

CIT Help Desk

8am - 8pm

Quantitative Skills Center


Writing Center (in person appointments)

2pm - 5pm. 7pm - 11pm



Mary Church Terrell Main Library
148 W College St. Oberlin, OH 44074-1545


The main visitor lot is the east Service Building lot, and the south row of the Carnegie Building lot for visitors to offices within that building.

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Print, Copy & Scan

Printing in the Libraries

Note: All printing is currently via Web Print in the Academic Commons in the Terrell Main Library, Perlik Commons in the Science Center, and the Conservatory Lounge area. See the Center for Information Technology (CIT) for more information.

Printing is managed with the PaperCut system (more about Lab Printing)

ObieID or Sponsored Account required

Students are alotted $40 for printing per semester on their ObieID accounts

  • Additional pages can be charged to ObieDollars accounts
  • ObieDollars can be added to OCIDs at PHIL stations in all libraries

Visitors can ask for Sponsored Accounts in all libraries

  • A sponsored account comes with $2 of print allotment
  • Requests for additional printing capacity must be made at the CIT Help Desk (MUDD 112B) in the Main Library during regular business hours
  • Refund requests are handled by the CIT

Printing - Black & White

Available in all libraries

$0.12 per single-sided printout
$0.16 per double-sided printout

Printing - Color

Available in the Art Library and the Multi-media area of the Academic Commons

$1 per single-sided printout - 8.5" x 11" ($2 for double-sided)
$2 per single-sided printout - 11" x 17" ($4 for double-sided)


Photocopy machines in all libraries allow users to create PDFs and either send via email or save to a USB drive

A ScannX flatbed is available in the Main Library and Science Library

  • Users can create files in a variety of formats, save to a USB drive, send via mail, or upload to Google Docs or Dropbox

Flatbed scanners are available in the Main, Art, and Science libraries

  • A transparent media adapter for scanning slides, negatives and transparencies is available in the Art Library

There is no charge for scanning