Information for Visitors
The Law Library is located on the east-side of the College of Law building. The entrance is on the east-side of the first floor of the Cordero Breezeway.
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Circulation Desk: (305) 623-2332
Reference: (305) 623-2331
Faculty Services: (305) 623-2339
Education Tech Support: (305) 474-2428
Please see the Library Schedule page for full details.
Below is a summary of the Law Library Access Policy. For full details, visit the Law Library Policies and Procedures page and click on ‘Library Access.’
For hours during holidays, intersessions, and exam periods, please refer to the Library Schedule.
During reading and exam hours, and when otherwise posted, the Law Library will be open ONLY to University students and faculty.
Please note: Twenty minutes before library closing, the lights will be flashed. Closing will start fifteen minutes before library closing. At that time, the second floor, including group study rooms and the computer lab, and the first floor archives room and circulation area will close.
First Floor Reading Rooms Extended Hours
The First Floor Reading Rooms of the Law Library are open to STU Law Students and recent graduates for hours in addition to the regularly library opening schedule.
Students must have their STU ID to access the reading room after hours, no exceptions can be made. To enter the rooms, students should touch their STU issued ID to the black electronic pad located to the right of the reading room exterior entrance (south of the Library main entrance). The lock will then release and the student will have access to the room. Please note: providing reading room access to any unauthorized persons is a violation of the Law School Honor Code and will be reported to the Honor Council for their immediate review.
In addition to the general hours listed below, the reading room is generally available in accordance with following parameters:
- The reading rooms are open anytime the library is open and is accessible via the library circulation area.
- The reading rooms hours may vary during intersession periods.
- The reading rooms are generally open on University holidays which the library is not open, but is generally not open during the winter break when the university is closed. Please refer to the library home page for specific holiday hours and notice of any change to the library schedule.
- Access may be restricted for maintenance or University events at any time.
St. Thomas University students, faculty, and staff can print from our computer labs as well as from their personal computers while on-campus.
To print from personal computers, print-application software must be downloaded and install on any machine needed for printing. Print software can be downloaded from OITs Student Printing page.
After installation is complete, users should send print jobs to the STU Student Printer which now appears in their print menu. Print jobs can be picked up at any network printer using a STU ID Card or by network ID login information on the printer touch screen. Detailed instructions can be found on the OIT Student Printing page.
Wireless Internet Access
St. Thomas University utilizes an open-access wireless Internet network on campus. Patrons can connect to the STU_WAP network freely from their mobile devices.
If you have problems connecting or are experiencing difficulties with the connection or access, contact the Office of Information Technology by phone at 305-623-6610 or at email@example.com.
Locating Sources in the Library
- Guide to the Unclassified Law Library CollectionThe Law Library has prepared this Guide to assist you in using the Law Library facilities and locating many of the basic legal research materials. For a detail description of the library services and collection, please refer to the Library Policies page.
- Law of the United States – KF Schedule Outline (Alphabetical by Subject)The Law Library has provided this guide to assist with finding shelving locations in the library by legal subject.
- Digital Library Services The Law Library is pleased to offer a variety of online legal and interdisciplinary resources to assist faculty and students with their research. Due to licensing and subscription restrictions, some materials are only available to current students and faculty of the St. Thomas School of Law. Access our Digital Library.
- Library Policies and Procedures