Chambers Library is the home of the never-ending book sale. Rather than having one big annual event, we have Flash Sales, the Book Shelf, and an online store.
Flash Sales are one-day events in the library's basement, focusing on a subject area (although other books are also available). Most materials are $1
The Book Shelf is by the pillar near the Information Desk on the first floor. Materials are priced from 50¢ to $3. The inventory is always changing, so check often.
Chamber of Books Store is our online store with books, DVDs, vinyl/LPs, and FOL merchandise available to purchase. Items can be picked up in the library, delivered on campus, or mailed.
The Friends of the Library sponsor contests for students to encourage use of the Library and creativity.
Design a Bookmark Contest - November 19, 2021
Create an original library, reading, or research themed 2"x6" bookmark design.
Winner - Evette Giron
UCO Student Giveaway - April 7, 2021
Giveaway for new followers of the Chamber of books Facebook page, and a grand prize drawing upon reaching 100 followers.
Grand Prize (Kindle Paperwhite) - Joseph John
Library Lifehack Contest - October 30, 2020
Submit a tip for using the library to make academic life easier.
1st Place ($300) - Jack Cheatham
Tip: Since Max Chambers Library is part of the OK-SHARE network, ask the front desk for an OK-SHARE library card, for free! This gives you access and checkout privileges at other university libraries in Oklahoma!
2nd Place ($200) - Dalton Payne
Tip: Use the library's lockers to safely store items you don't want to lug around with you while you're on campus.
3rd Place 9$100) - Emily McGough
Tip: If you’ve been studying too long and need a small break, just take a trip up the staircase. You’ll be out of breath and miss reading really fast. Trust me, it works.
#BookFace Contest - April 19, 2020
Submit a picture to Library's Facebook page of best #BookFace.
1st Place (Fire Tablet 8” HD) - Daniela Arvizo
2nd Place (Fire TV Stick Streaming Media Player) - CVanessa Avalos
The University of Central Oklahoma recognizes the university's main campus is located on the traditional lands of the Caddo and Wichita people. Visit the UCO Land Acknowledgement website to learn more.