Loyola University Chicago Libraries

School of Continuing and Professional Studies: Services

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Ask a Librarian
Librarians are available 24/7 to answer your questions about library services, information resources, and conducting research.

Contact us using any of the following options:


Get Materials

Interlibrary Loan
Request materials such as books, articles, and dissertations that are not otherwise available in the Loyola University Libraries.

Course Reserves 
Course Reserves are educational materials that have been set aside and made available for specific classes, and have shorter borrowing periods and different renewal policies. See Course Reserves for more information.

Document Delivery
Request scanned copies of articles and book chapters from Loyola's print collections.

Distance Education
The ILL office will mail books from the Loyola University Libraries to students enrolled exclusively in distance education courses and to graduate students who reside outside of Chicagoland (in the U.S.).

External Services

Writing Center
Offers tutors that are available to help you at any point of the writing process—from brainstorming, to organizing, to putting the final touches on a bibliography. Check out "How to: Writing Center" for a short tutorial on setting up appointments online.


Digital Media Lab
Both the Lewis Library and Information Commons provide Digital Media Labs featuring a wide array of robust workstations, multimedia applications and technical support for working with digital images, audio, and video. The labs also offer a wide variety of equipment for check-out, including digital cameras, video cameras, iPads, and audio equipment.

Located on the 6th floor of the Lewis Library, Room 605.


Both the Lewis Library and Information Commons provides computer services for students by students, best effort help with technical issues for WiFi, Viruses, etc. 


If you are a Loyola Student requiring technical support, contact the ITS HelpDesk at 773.508.4487 to schedule an appointment

Located in Room 605 in the Lewis Library.