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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.
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During summer sessions, breaks, and holidays the Brew @ The Bridge is closed.
The Special Collections and University Archives houses manuscripts, rare books, and MU records including administrative files,
publications, photographs, films, and papers of faculty and alumni.
This collection offers a wide range of current fiction, poetry, biography, and popular books on contemporary social issues;
they are available for short-term loan (3 weeks).
The Children's Book Collection, (3rd floor of Memorial Library overlooking the Opus Bridge), spans the range of subjects and
reading levels. The Collection supports the curricular and research needs of the College of Education, including the entire
Library of Congress A-Z call number range, with early readers to young adult books.
The Ciszek Catholic Spirituality is a wide-ranging collection of books and videos. It includes Catholic devotional literature,
meditations, prayer books, catechisms, lives of the saints, apologetics, conversion stories, and works on vocation.
The Cujé Collection consists of music recorded by artists in the Milwaukee area. Materials include compact discs, cassettes,
phonodiscs, videos and related items.
Includes E-Publications (MU’s Institutional Repository), E-Archives (18 digitized collections), E-Books (MU’s Electronic Book Subscriptions), and E-Journals (MU’s Electronic Journal Subscriptions
This collection provides current information to the fund-seeking public
(primarily non-profit organizations), and to those doing research on private foundations, philanthropy, and more.
Located on the second level of Raynor, the Manresa Collection is devoted to Christian diversity for exploring Christian
spiritual life, including vocation, Christian discipleship, and leadership.
A collection of spoken-word, long-playing phonograph records containing poetry, drama, and other literary works.
The Reference Collection, comprising most of the first floor of Raynor Library, includes such materials as dictionaries, encyclopedias,
handbooks, guides, indexing and abstracting services, etc. Used as a starting point for research or for quick look-ups of information, the
collection serves all disciplines, from basic to research levels.
The Libraries house both video and DVD collections as well as providing access to streaming videos.
The Raynor-Memorial libraries have self-service printers, copiers, and scanners available for patron use.
Paper size: 8.5 x 11 and 8.5 x 14 (letter / legal)
B&W Print/Copy: $0.07
B&W Duplex Print/Copy: $0.10
Color Print/Copy: $0.50
Color Duplex Print/Copy: $0.80
Paper size: 11 x 17 (ledger / tabloid)
B&W Print/Copy: $0.14
B&W Duplex Print/Copy: $0.20
Color Print/Copy: $1.00
Color Duplex Print/Copy: $1.60
Setup PrintWise on your Laptop and print from anywhere on campus
Patrons can email scanned documents to themselves at no charge from the PrintWise machines. How to use the scanners PC and Mac workstations with scanners are
Students are able to use the University's Enterprise Fax system to send faxes. Enterprise Fax
uses email and the item to be faxed must be in an electronic format.
Need a print larger than 11 x 17-inches? Poster-sized printing is available. Submit your
poster request to the Digital Scholarship Lab.
Marquette Web VPN connects you to online resources restricted to the university campus while you are away from
Marquette, while the Library Login allows you to connect to most of the library's e-resources.
Requirements: Must have a MARQNET Username and Password
Most library resources can be accessed from off campus simply by logging in when automatically prompted by the web site.
If you have any problems logging in, please contact the Information desk at (414) 288-7556
A number of library resources cannot be accessed from off-campus via the Library Login method. A VPN connection is required for these.
Follow the instructions for downloading the VPN client on your mobile device and your
computer. (Both are needed.)
Questions? Contact ITS Help Desk: (414) 288-7799 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Raynor Memorial Libraries’ digital scholarship services transform the way faculty and students create and share knowledge by helping them explore new digital tools and methodologies.
The lab space also gives students a dedicated environment for experimenting, collaborating, and creating in digital video, graphics, web publishing, and other media.
Overview of services:
Our digital publishing infrastructure and expertise increase the impact of Marquette research in an increasingly collaborative and data-enriched scholarly environment. Our open-access repository hosts faculty research materials and data provide easy discovery and permanent, stable access around the globe. Our staff are also available to help scholars explore new and emerging publishing options, data management, copyright, and alternative impact metrics.
Books and other material from the general collection are loaned for a six week (42 day) period.
Books are loaned for one semester.
Books checked out to Faculty or Staff members are due at the end of the 2nd summer session.
Faculty members may authorize their graduate assistants to check-out material for them. An Authorized Assistant Form must be signed and returned
before such check-outs are permitted.
Books are loaned for four weeks (28 days). Limited to 10 items on user’s account.
All items are checked out at the Circulation Desks in Raynor or Memorial Libraries. Reserve items are checked out a the Reserve
Desk in the lower level of Raynor.
The due date is stamped in the material at check out. There is no limit on the number of items that may be checked out for campus
borrowers. All checked out material is subject to recall by another user. Please review the Recall policy on the main Circulation Page. Unique collections may have shorter
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.
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.
Individuals interested in viewing the display of J.R.R. 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. No photography of the J.R.R. Tolkien materials is permitted.
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
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 (see Courtesy Card Borrowing
Privileges for further information). To apply, please see the Annual
Research Pass Application.
* Unless otherwise noted, library hours for guests and limited research pass holders are:
Mon–Thurs 9:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday Noon – 5:00 PM
Sunday Noon – 10:00 PM
* Hours may vary during holidays, breaks, and summer sessions.
Department of Special Collections hours
Mon–Fri 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Raynor Memorial Libraries
1355 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Information Desk: (414) 288-7556
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