Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons strives to be a good neighbor and community partner by continuing to provide use of the library's physical space and limited access to services.
Below you will find information on resources, materials, and spaces access for all the various university affiliated and non-affiliated groups.
While Seattle University is a private institution, users who are not affiliated with Seattle University are allowed limited access to the Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons building and services as community guests. The following services are available for Community Guests:
At this time Community Guests do not have access to lab computers, printers, or copiers located in the library.
Certain affiliates of the Catholic Archdiocese of Washington state can obtain access to physical materials, onsite database access, and use of the physical spaces for scholarly research. Before visiting the library please, contact the library by filling out this form to request access.
SU Colleges, Schools and Departments may sponsor guest accounts for visiting faculty members. Courtesy Faculty Affiliate Appointment Requests must be submitted to the Faculty Services office, not to the library.
The Jesuit Library Passport provides on-site borrowing privileges for faculty at any Jesuit University Library in the United States. Please see Jesuit Library Passport page for eligibility and protocols.
SU Faculty and staff may sponsor guest accounts for volunteers, members of visiting programs or conferences, etc. Arrangements must be made in advance. Sponsors will need to contact the Lemieux Library Access Services Department via this form request access for a guest.