Raynor Memorial Libraries offers more than 1.8 million volumes, hundreds of research databases, computer access, laptops on loan, a multimedia
collection, group study spaces, 24-hour access and library staff members who help researchers from around the world.
In order to maximize the availability of study space and materials for members of the Marquette community, as well as to ensure that only approved Marquette
users have access to the facility, the following is the access policy for the Raynor Memorial Libraries:
MARQUETTE STUDENTS, FACULTY, STAFF AND ADMINISTRATORS
Marquette students, faculty, staff and administrators must present a valid Marquette ID to enter the turnstiles and are not allowed to “swipe” in
other users. Individuals having problems with access through the turnstile should see the Library representative at the visitor registration counter.
Unless otherwise noted, library hours for guests and limited research pass holders are: *
Monday - Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
9:00 AM - 10:00 PM 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Noon - 5:00 PM Noon - 10:00 PM
GUESTS OF MARQUETTE STUDENTS, FACULTY, STAFF AND ADMINISTRATORS
Guests accompanied by a valid Marquette ID holder will be admitted to the library after submitting a valid photo ID, which must be left at the registration
counter. Guests will be issued a guest pass that they must carry on them at all times. The Marquette “host” is responsible for the actions of
their guests while inside the library and must be with them for the duration of their visit.
Marquette Alumni must show an alumni card and photo ID for entrance. Alumni without a valid Marquette alumni card can have their alumni status verified at the
visitor registration counter. Alumni are eligible for on-site access to library resources and limited borrowing privileges (see Alumni Card Borrowing Privileges for further information).
ANNUAL VISITOR PASS
Members of the public with a demonstrated and continuing research need can apply for a library card that will allow on-site access to library resources and
limited borrowing privileges. This card does not allow for off-campus access to online databases. The cost for the pass is $50/year, plus $5 for a Marquette
photo ID. The research pass is valid for one year, at which time the patron must reapply. Applicants must submit an Application Form, meet with a librarian, and present a letter on official letterhead signed by a
faculty member or corporate officer supporting the applicant's research needs or provide other evidence of scholarly activity at the scheduled meeting.
Compliance with the University's Acceptable Use Policy is required.
LIMITED RESEARCH PASS
Individuals with a limited, yet demonstrated research need, can request a one-day guest pass. This pass will be issued only after the potential user
demonstrates a clear research need, submits a valid photo ID that must be left at the counter, and pays a $5.00 fee. Guests will be issued a guest pass
that they must carry on them at all times. The pass must be turned into library staff to retrieve their ID and will be good for that day only. The university
reserves the right to deny the application of any requestor, and access privileges can be revoked by the university at any time.
VISITORS TO THE J.R.R. TOLKIEN DISPLAY / DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS
Individuals interested in viewing the display of Tolkien materials must provide a valid photo ID that will be kept at Raynor's visitor registration
counter. A library staff member will escort all non-campus visitors to and from the Department of Special Collections. Due to limited hours and staffing, appointments are encouraged and access will be granted only when
staff time permits.
ADMISSIONS AND OTHER TOURS
A Marquette tour guide or host must present a valid Marquette ID and provide the receptionist at the library registration counter with the number of people on
the tour. Access for such tours is limited to the public areas of the library.
CONFERENCES AND PUBLIC EVENTS
Members of the public attending conferences and public events will be provided identification badges that must be worn at all times.
Cooperative Access Program (CAP)
Marquette University Libraries, the Medical College of Wisconsin and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee have developed (CAP)
Cooperative Access Program for scholars to obtain local access to needed resources. Further questions? Call the Circulation Desk at (414)
WAICU (Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities)
Faculty and staff with a current photo ID from member colleges or universities of WAICU have onsite access to Raynor Library's print and electronic resources.
For additional information, call (414) 288-7555.
Cardinal Stritch University
Columbia College of Nursing
Concordia University Wisconsin
Medical College of Wisconsin
Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design
Milwaukee School of Engineering
Mount Mary University
St. Norbert College
Silver Lake College of the Holy Family
Wisconsin Lutheran College