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. The MU Libraries’ Funding Information Center is part of the cooperating collections program of the Foundation Center (NYC).
What is ‘information literacy’? The ability to define, search for, find, use and understand information appropriately and ethically. Librarians and the library can help…
Faculty may request library instruction in information resources and research methods for specific classes or assignments. We also provide tours, or orientations, to the library’s services and collections.
There are many things that can be done, or at least started, using an online form. Here’s more…
Marquette University and the Raynor Memorial Libraries offer assistance to accommodate library usage for those with special needs. The University's Office of Student Educational Services in the Alumni Memorial Union (Room 317, phone 288-1645 Voice/TDD) should be the first contact point for anyone requiring additional assistance. Staff in that office will direct users to the appropriate librarians for specific library services.
The Raynor Memorial Libraries are interested in receiving suggestions that are designed to improve service to our users.
The University Libraries provide a subscription for campus-wide access to Turnitin, an ‘Originality Checking & Plagiarism Prevention’ service.
The Raynor Memorial Libraries are part of Marquette University, a private university. We can only offer limited access to the general public. Please click above to learn about the visitor policy.
This page brings together in one spot the logins for the three main library services, class reserves, Interlibrary Loan, and the online catalog.