What is ONEcard?
ONEcard is a partnership between the Metropolitan Library System and area schools. Students enrolled in a ONEcard account are able to use their student IDs to access Metro Library resources. Students are automatically enrolled in ONEcard when they are registered to attend school, unless their parent or guardian has opted them out. ONEcard accounts are exempt from overdue fines on materials, but students are responsible for lost or damaged materials.
Which schools participate in ONEcard?
For now, Oklahoma City and Crutcho Public Schools are the only districts participating in ONEcard and this does not include charter schools.
What can students do with ONEcard?
ONEcard account holders may:
What does ONEcard look like?
ONEcard account holders (students) will not be issued a physical library card. Students can check out at a circulation desk or self-check kiosks using their student ID number and last name. They also have the option of signing in to our online catalog (on our mobile site, tap the (Menu button) > Library Card listed below My Account).
My child's school does not particpate with ONEcard. How can I get him access to the Library?
Any child under the age of 17 who is eligble to attend school in Oklahoma County may apply for either a primary or school account.