Reinsch Library and the Ballston Center Library Extension are open to alumni. Access to electronic databases, full-text journals, and other resources is available on campus only. Priority use of facilities is given to Marymount students, faculty, and staff; access may be limited to these users during exams and heavy use times.
Marymount alumni receive borrowing privileges by presenting a valid Alumni card and photo identification. Alumni Association cards may be obtained from the Alumni Office during regular business hours and will be mailed to Marymount graduates on request. There is no charge for an Alumni card.
- 4 week check out period.
- Borrow up to 10 books at a time.
- Items may be renewed twice.
- Periodicals, reference materials, reserve materials, special collections, and media items may not be checked out.
- Overdue fines are 25 cents per day to a maximum of $10 per item.
- $107 replacement fees for lost or damaged items.
- Borrowing privileges are not transferable.
- Privileges may be renewed annually for patrons in good standing.
- Overdue books or fines will block the use of the card until items are returned and fine is paid.
- The Alumni card allows you to check out books from the Marymount library only. The card does not give access to materials or services of other WRLC libraries. Interlibrary Loan and distance borrowing services are not available to Alumni borrowers.
Contact the Office of Alumni Relations
to request an Alumni ID card, and then go to the Circulation Desk in the Library to register.
For additional information, please see the Alumni Borrowers
page on the Library & Learning Services website.
JSTOR and ProQuest UDINI Online Database Access
To Access JSTOR and ProQuest UDINI
In partnership with Marymount's Library and Learning Services, alumni now have the ability to search, read, and purchase resources from the JSTOR and ProQuest UDINI online archives.
From the JSTOR website: "JSTOR is a digital library of more than 1,500 academic journals, books, and primary sources. JSTOR helps people discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content through a powerful research and teaching platform, and preserves this content for future generations." Learn more about JSTOR.
- ProQuest UDINI
From the UDINI website: "Udini was created to improve the way we do research. We're excited to offer the largest and most comprehensive online collection [of published content] ever to be offered to the general public." UDINI is powered by the ProQuest archives. Learn more about UDINI.
Special access to these databases is provided by the MU Alumni Association through MUAlumniNET, the online alumni community. To create or access your account, please click here