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.
Beverage containers that are secure and spill-proof are permitted in the libraries.
Examples of secure containers:
Brew cafe mugs
20-ounce plastic soda bottles with screw cap lids
paper & styrofoam cups (even with plastic lids)
May I transport beverages between the bridge and lobby?
Beverages in secure containers may be transported between the library entrance and the bridge.
What do I do if I only have a non-secure container?
Beverages purchased outside the library and transported in non-secure containers must be consumed in the lobby. Beverages purchased on the bridge in
non-secure containers must remain on the bridge.
Please turn cell phone ringers off or set to vibrate as you enter the library.
Please make cell phone calls only from the 2nd floor bridge or the outer lobby of Raynor.
When receiving an incoming call, please move to the 2nd floor bridge or the outer lobby of Raynor.
Please avoid using your cell phone in locations designated as Quiet Study.
Food may be eaten on the bridge. Food may not be eaten in either the Memorial or Raynor buildings.
May I transport food?
If you need to bring food to the bridge, it must be in a sealed food container. If possible, it should be carried inside a book bag, purse, or other
appropriate bag. If you wish to purchase food on the bridge and take it out of the library, please put it in a paper bag, available from the Brew @ the Bridge.
Marquette students without a valid Marquette ID will be allowed admittance into the Raynor Memorial Libraries for three days per semester. Students who reach
their three day visit limit will not be allowed into the library without their Marquette ID.
Lockers are available for patron use for 25 cents. They are located on the first floor in recessed alcoves at both ends of the wall behind the Information Desk.
The locations are designated by the letter L on the floorplan.
To use the lockers: Place items inside locker, close door, insert 25-cent coin, and remove key. The coin is not returned when the door is re-opened; to
continue use of a locker, another quarter must be inserted.
Locker users are advised that food and beverages may not be stored in the lockers and library materials should be checked out before storing. To ensure
compliance, Raynor Circulation Staff may search through the lockers. For the security of future users, a lost key fee of $50 will be assessed to replace both
key and lock mechanism. Lockers are maintained by the Raynor Circulation staff. Questions should be directed to that desk or by calling 288-7555.
Our library includes spaces for both group work and quiet study. The open environment and furniture in Raynor encourage conversations, but these
conversations need to be at a reasonable volume. Library patrons whose voices seem to be unnecessarily loud will be asked to monitor their voices. Please be
aware of those around you and take your conversation to a more private area if needed.
Quiet Study Areas
Patrons needing a quiet study environment may use designated quiet study areas in
Raynor--Level 2 just east of the bridge--or look for quiet areas in Memorial Library. There are six floors in Memorial with tables and study carrels scattered
throughout. While there are some areas designated for quiet study (Levels 1, 4, and 5), you'll find that a number of areas are well-suited
for that purpose. For further information about finding your way around Memorial Library, please talk to a library staff member.
Organizations wishing to publicize their activities may place flyers and announcements on the bulletin boards in the Raynor entrance to the Bridge (2nd level).
The contents of these bulletin boards are cleared of past events weekly. In accordance with university
posting policies, postings must be approved by Student Development, AMU Room 121. Student groups may also request permission to place a poster on easel (one week max.) in the
Bridge through the associate dean of libraries, Jean Zanoni, in the dean's office (Raynor 3rd floor) or (414) 288-7214.