To place holds in Primo or to access databases and online journals, students will need to log in using their OCOM gmail username* (do not include @ocom.edu); the password will be a combination of your Last name (first letter capitalized) and your library barcode number. So for the fictional student Chuck Norris, Chuck would use the following credentials to login: username: chuck.norris password: Norris76800
If you have lost your password or don't know your username, submit a help ticket using the form below.
*NOTE: If you are a work study student and have an OCOM computer login, use the username / password you use to log into OCOM computers as your library credentials.
To place holds in Primo or to access databases and online journals, faculty and staff may log in using using their normal OCOM computer account login information. If the faculty / staff member does not have an OCOM account, then they should use the same rules for logging in as students.
If you are having trouble logging in, please contact IT at x555.
For local practitioners and alumni who do not already have a Primo account, the username will be the library barcode; the password will be the patron's last name (case sensitive). Alums who do not currently have a valid library account may use the Library Card Replacement form to request a new alumni account.
Alumni do not have access to databases from off-campus, so their login information will not allow them to log in remotely; rather, they must use the library computers or be connected to the campus wi-fi in order to access databases. Alumni Association Members may request articles via the Loansome Doc service. By creating a Loansome Doc account, users with a valid OCOM library card can search for articles in Pubmed and request them from the OCOM Library. This service is free to members of OCOM's Alumni Association at no charge. Click here to learn more about Loansome Doc.
Click HERE to see troubleshooting information.
If you are a student and have lost your username or password, submit a help ticket here.