The William H. Hannon Library, its collections and services, are open to the public; however, after 8:00 pm, access to the library requires an LMU OneCard or a Visitor's Card which allows access to the Hannon Library from 8:00 pm until midnight. After this time, if the library is open, only LMU affiliates (current students, faculty, and staff) are allowed in the building.Loyola Law School staff, students and faculty are encouraged to obtain a free LMU OneCard, which will allow you access to the Burns Recreation Center and the Hannon Library. If you simply want library access and/or borrowing privileges, you may come to the Circulation Desk and request a Visitor's Card. You must show your Loyola Law School I.D. (For borrowing privileges, you must show the Visitor's Card or your LMU Onecard at the Circulation Desk)
To get a OneCard:The OneCard office is located in the Von Der Ahe Building - Lower LevelHours: Monday - Friday 8AM to 5PMExtended Hours on Wednesday until 7:00 p.m.(Only during school year)Borrowing privileges for law school students and staff include:* Maximum number of checkouts at any one time: 50 items* Checkout period: 1 semester, 2 renewals (overdue fines $.25 per day)* Renewal periods: 2 weeks (items may be renewed twice)* Online request for retrieval of library materials* Media items - 3 day checkout; one renewal for 3 days. (Overdue fines per hour $5.00* No recalls on items checked out
Borrowing privileges for law school faculty include:* Maximum number of checkouts at any one time: 100 items* Checkout period: 1 academic year, 2 renewals* Renewal periods: 2 weeks (items may be renewed twice)* Online request for retrieval of library materials* Media items - 7 day checkout; one renewal for 7 days.* No recalls on items checked out
Loyola Law School Faculty & Staff - spouse or child:If you are a current Loyola Law Faculty or Staff, and are registered at the library, your spouse, domestic partner and children over 14 years may receive borrowing privileges. Your family member will need to bring a picture ID, or some other form of ID if the name differs, e.g. a driver's license or checkbook to reflect the same address or relationship to the Circulation Desk.
All Loyola Law School visitors wishing to use the public computers should register at the Information Desk.For more in-depth use of the library and its services, you can consult the Circulation Desk at 310.338.5709.
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