A valid Marquette Courtesy Card must be presented to check out library material. Each borrower is responsible for all material borrowed on his/her Courtesy Card. Privileges are NOT transferrable and the Courtesy Card holder must be present for books to be checked out. Report a lost or stolen courtesy card immediately to the Circulation Desk. You must maintain a current address and phone number with the Raynor library.
Courtesy Cards permit the borrowing of library materials by users who are not members of the Marquette community.
The Marquette University Libraries' extends Courtesy Cards to the following eligible borrowers with valid ID from their organization:
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Alumni of Marquette University
American Concrete Institute Members
Ancient Order of Hibernians Members
Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) - students and faculty
Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design (MIAD) Faculty
Milwaukee Theological Institute – students and faculty
Nashotah House - students and faculty
Sacred Heart School of Theology - students and faculty
St. Francis seminary- students and faculty
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) Faculty
Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology - students and faculty
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Books are loaned for four weeks (28 days). The due date is stamped in the material at the time of check out. Only 10 items may be checked out on a Courtesy Card. Items may be recalled from Courtesy Card holders, but not for them. Courtesy Card holders must comply with the Library recall policy. Failure to comply may result in the loss of borrowing privileges.
Periodicals do not circulate to Courtesy Card holders.
Books may be renewed for an additional four weeks starting seven days before the due date. One renewal is permitted. Alumni Card renewals can be made in-person at the Circulation Desk or by phone at (414) 288-7555.
Faculty and staff with a current photo ID from member colleges or universities of WAICU have onsite access to Raynor Library's print and electronic resources. For additional information, call (414) 288-7555