People flock in, nevertheless, in search of answers to those questions only librarians are considered to be able to answer - Terry Pratchett, Going Postal
Our library catalog may be accessed at http://aquinas.avemarialaw.edu. Items may be searched by title, keyword, author, subject, or call number. For more search options, click on "Advanced Search" or access the catalog from http://aquinas.avemarialaw.edu/search/X. From the advanced page, you may also limit your search to certain materials (e.g. print, DVD, or microform) or to certain locations (e.g. reserve items or stacks). However you search, when you do pull up an item record you will notice listings for location, call number, and status. The location indicates in what part of the library the item is kept (e.g. classified, reserve, General Collection), the call number listing tells you the Library of Congress call number assigned to that book within that section of the library, and the status listing indicates whether the book is checked out or available. If checked out, the due date will be listed.
To access your library account online, go to http://aquinas.avemarialaw.edu. Click on "My Millennium." Enter your name and barcode number from your Ave Maria I.D. card.
The Databases A-Z list reflects the online databases to which the Law Library subscribes so that our faculty and students have access to the most up-to-date resources possible. For assistance in using any of the options on the Databases A-Z list, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (239) 687-5504.
Connecting to Databases from Off Campus
Students, faculty and staff may connect to their library accounts while off campus.
- Go to http://aquinas.avemarialaw.edu and click on "My Millennium."
- Then enter the name and the barcode number found on your Ave Maria identification card.