WRLC Library Resources
Marymount faculty may borrow books for up to four months, through one month after the end of the current semester, with fixed due dates (1/31, 5/31, 9/30). MU videos may be checked out for 14 days and videos from other WRLC schools for 7 days. Faculty may borrow books from the Marymount library either by request through CLS or in person.
Learn how to put material on reserve
for your classes. Submit the Reserve Request Form
(online) or print the Reserve Request Form
(PDF). If you plan to put student papers or projects on reserve, please use our Student Coursework Consent form
Faculty Retrieval Service
Faculty members are now able to request Marymount-owned items through the Consortium Loan Service (CLS)
and pick them up at the Circulation Desk. When requesting a book, article or video through CLS, select "Marymount - Main Campus" in the “Deliver to” field on the request page. Filling the request will take 3-5 hours. When your request is filled, you will receive an email letting you know that the item is available for pick up. Please note:
- If you request an item that is unavailable (Missing, Checked Out), the request will be forwarded to a different school. We will not automatically place a hold or recall on the item.
- Faculty and students may continue to request items from Main Campus to be delivered to Ballston Center Library Extension. To do so, select “Marymount – Ballston Center” in the “Deliver to” field on the request page and the item will generally arrive the following day.
Contact Tansy Matthews
if you have any questions about this service. Library Instruction
Request a Library Instruction
class to help your students develop and use information literacy skills, search strategies, and research tools. Contact your Library Liaison
, or fill out a Library Instruction Request Form
.Library Liaison Program
Find your Library Liaison
. Learn about L&LS programs and services that can benefit you. Research Assistance
Contact your Library Liaison
for assistance with database searches, literature reviews, photocopying, and scanning.