For Visitors:Borrowing privileges for any non-affiliated LMU person (faculty, staff and students) may be purchased for an annual fee of $300.00 (check, Visa or Master Card only). Applicants must be 21 years or older. To apply for borrowing privileges, go to the Circulation Desk during full service hours. The Borrower's Card is valid for one calendar year from the date of issue.Borrowing privileges include:
For LMU Alumni:Borrowing privileges may be purchased for a discounted annual fee of $100.00 (check, Visa or Master Card only). Applicants must be 21 years or older. Obtain your free LMU OneCard, and bring it to the Hannon Library Circulation Desk. The Borrower's Card is valid for one calendar year from the date of issue.
LMU Extension/Continuing Education/Catholic Bible Institute students:Extension students are not eligible for free borrowing privileges. For details on how to check out library materials see Visitors category at the top of the page.Senior Instructors, see privileges for Part-time faculty.
Unless otherwise noted, the following LMU Affiliated groups receive the above borrowing privileges for FREE.For Visiting Clergy:Visiting clergy from L. A. County may receive free borrowing privileges upon submission of a letter on their organization's letterhead identifying them as affiliated clergy. The letter should include an end date of appointment, if applicable. If there is no specific end of appointment, the privileges will be valid for one year. The letter should also indicate responsibility for the payment of unpaid fines or lost material incurred by the clergy member. Submit the letter of request to the Dean of Libraries, Kristine Brancolini, at firstname.lastname@example.org .
For LMU Religious residents and visiting Religious scholars with LMU departmental affiliation:Visiting scholars may obtain free borrowing privileges upon submission of a letter from a sponsoring LMU department identifying them as affiliated with said LMU department. The letter should include an end date of appointment and that said department will guarantee payment on any unpaid fines or lost material incurred by the scholar. Submit the letter of request to the Dean of Libraries, Kristine Brancolini, at email@example.com .Borrowing privileges are as follows:
Jesuit Library Passport:The faculty of Jesuit colleges and universities now has free borrowing privileges at all 28 Jesuit institutions in the United States. Access includes space for quiet study and research. To establish on-site borrowing privileges at other Jesuit libraries, please call Hannon Library Administration at 310.338.4593 or email Jill Cornelio at firstname.lastname@example.org and request a Jesuit Library Passport Card.For SCATLA (Southern California Theological Library Association) Graduate students:The SCATLA card, functions as a letter of introduction. The bearer of the card has exhausted the resources of the home institution, and is therefore being formally referred to the host (or receiving) institution for additional resources.
LMU Theological Graduate students should contact Tony Amodeo for details. The host (receiving) library does not issue these cards to its visitors. (A separate SCATLA card is required for each library a borrower wishes to use; a single card cannot be used by multiple borrowers, or for multiple institutions.)
SCELC:To obtain borrowing privileges from a SCELC library, LMU faculty must take a completed borrowing application from the William H. Hannon Library to the reciprocal SCELC library. To apply and receive an annual Visitor's card, come to the Circulation Desk of the William H. Hannon Library, Monday-Friday, 8:00 am - 6:00 pm.
Faculty from other SCELC schools must bring a completed borrowing application from their home library.
Saint Mary’s College (Leap Program)To apply for borrowing privileges, come to the Circulation Desk during service hours. All currently enrolled students, as submitted by Saint Mary’s College, will be on file at the Circulation Desk.
LMU & Loyola Law School Faculty & Staff - spouse or childSpouses, domestic partners and children over 14 years of age, of any LMU Faculty or staff registered at the library, may receive limited 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. Law school faculty or staff must be registered at the library before spouse or children are eligible for privileges.Local High School StudentsLocal high school students are welcome in the library, but borrowing privileges must come through an agreement between the high school and the library. Please notify your school principal who can contact Dean Kristine Brancolini at 310.338.4593 or email@example.com for more details. If your school has borrowing privileges, come to the Circulation Desk during service hours where all currently enrolled students' names will be on file.
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