Bizzell Memorial Library is the largest library in Oklahoma. Bizzell Memorial Library has been recognized as one of the 25 most beautiful university libraries in the nation.
The Great Room is a must see for any Harry Potter fan.
Check out the Great Reading Room
Great tornado shelter during bad weather!
There is a garden underneath the main levels of Bizzell. Be sure to find your way down there.
Check out the beautiful Great Reading Room, but remember, you must be quiet!
The 4th floor is the best place to get work done, it's a quiet floor. Lots of little cubicles and study rooms first come first serve!
The main level is a cool place to study but if you go downstairs there is a coffee shop and some great places to sit and read or do homework, it's generally quiet and vacant down here
Race a friend down the South Oval from Lindsey St. to Bizzell! #SHIFTGEARS with @OUFitandRec!
Go to the Great Reading Room if you need dead silence.
I pooped here.
Everyone should study here at least once!
The Great Reading Room is a treasure of our a campus. Class of 2012, make sure you can leave saying you studied in it, at least once!
Take advantage of the great reading room while you're here! It's a hidden gem perfect for studying!
Don't sit anywhere Darren. He chews his gum way too loudly and always smells like Cinnabon with his overrated Beats headphones. Sennheisers are so much better. I hate Darren.
Bizzell Memorial Library is the largest library in Oklahoma!
You can schedule a time to look at the original Charles Darwin papers or the Galileo sketches.
Beaird lounge chairs ftw!!!
The couches and chairs on the 3rd and 4th floor are very comfortable and great for naps!
The stacks are actually the normal books and the decks are where old books are housed. The decks have glass floors that are kinda spooky, but beautiful. People often mistake The decks for the stacks.
Basement levels 1 & 2 are great storm shelters!
The Great Reading Room is full of past graduate student dissertations that are quite interesting to read.
OU Libraries on the Norman, Oklahoma City and Tulsa campuses contain over 5 million volumes, 63,000 serials subscriptions (print and electronic), and 250 databases.