When professors say that ‘it’s on Class Reserve at the library’ … here’s the place to find it. Copies of assigned readings, supplemental readings, previous tests and other materials are made available for short term loan (print copies) or are scanned and made available as PDFs online via the Ares System.
Raynor Memorial Libraries provide library services to Marquette users who are currently affiliated with the University but are on sabbatical, dissertating out of state, or are on internships or other placements. Click above for more information on eligibility and how to apply.
There are 11 copier/printers in the Raynor Memorial buildings, including two color copier/printers. Check the floor plans for specific locations.
Raynor Library offers 16 study rooms for groups of students. To ensure access for as many students as possible, the rooms are generally available on a first-come, first-served basis. Here is more about them.
When you need material that the Libraries do not already have, there are other possibilities for obtaining the item.
There are two ways to use library resources from off-campus: with VPN software provided by ITS, or by authenticating via the Library’s proxy server. Click above to learn more.
Librarians will meet with you one-on-one to help you with your research assignment. Click above for a web form to request an appointment.
These Research Guides are designed to help students and faculty with their library research. They are subject-specific.
Raynor Memorial Libraries have 250+ computers available for use. Here’s information about them…
Some Marquette faculty request that their students submit papers through Turnitin, an ‘Originality Checking & Plagiarism Prevention’ service. Here’s more…
This page brings together in one spot the logins for the three main library services, class reserves, Interlibrary Loan, and the online catalog.