Raynor Memorial Libraries is committed to making its resources, services, and facilities accessible to everyone in the Marquette community. If you require a type of assistance that is not listed below or have any questions, please stop by any service desk or contact Joan Sommer, Head of Access Services, at (414) 288-1997 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you plan to visit Raynor Memorial Libraries and have special needs, we recommend getting in touch in advance. This will allow us to prepare any needed equipment and assure staff availability. While we often can provide assisted services on demand, there are times during open hours when staffing is at a minimum and we may be unable to provide assistance.
If you are a student, we recommend first contacting the university’s Office of Disability Services (707 Building, 707 N. 11th St., room 503; (414) 288-1645 voice/TDD). Staff there will direct you to the appropriate librarians who will help you make the most of library services and resources throughout your stay at Marquette.
If you are not a Marquette student, please contact the Libraries directly:
Head of Access Services
Handicap parking in university lots can be arranged; inquire with Parking Services directly.
Fire alarms in both Raynor and Memorial are equipped with strobe lights for hearing-impaired patrons.
Any user with restricted mobility is urged to register at the Circulation Desk upon entering either library. In the event of an emergency, trained staff from the Marquette University Police Department will then be able to assist such users from the building in a timely manner.
In any emergency, DO NOT USE THE ELEVATORS.