Marquette’s Raynor Memorial Libraries and the Ray and Kay Eckstein Law Library offer more than 1.5 million volumes, hundreds of research databases, computer access, laptops on loan, a CD and video collection, and library staff members who help researchers from around the world.

Raynor Memorial Libraries

The Raynor Memorial Libraries are a central hub for discovery and learning on campus, providing students, faculty, and staff with access to hundreds of research databases, millions of print and digital books, unique archival collections (including the J.R.R. Tolkien collection), and other research collections and tools. Specialized research expertise and general research help are readily available from the library’s friendly staff. The library’s buildings feature a mix of comfortable seating and group study spaces, more than 200 computer stations, and 24/7 access to Raynor Library’s first and second floors during regular semester hours. Visit the Raynor Memorial Libraries homepage.

Ray and Kay Eckstein Law Library

The Ray and Kay Eckstein Law Library is a library without borders — a library fully integrated into Eckstein Hall and the law school community on all four floors. The law library collection is available to law faculty and law students all times the building is open. All non-law MU faculty and students are welcome to use the law library during building hours. However, at times, access to the third and fourth floors is restricted to the law community. To obtain items on the third and fourth floors during these restricted periods please inquire at the circulation desk. The law library is also open to the public for purposes of conducting legal research. Public patrons must adhere to Eckstein Hall’s visitor policy. Reference librarians and library staff are available during library service hours.

Visit or call for more information about law library services and access. Visit the Ray and Kay Eckstein Law Library homepage.