The library’s online catalog contains information about the books, e-books, music scores, videos (both DVD and VHS), and sound recordings that the library owns. Enter our catalog to begin your search now!
Our electronic services for locating individual articles in popular magazines and scholarly journals are all in this alphabetic list, as well as a few other information services. Help is available at the Learning Commons Desk at 504-864-7111 or in person. Also see our Troubleshooting/FAQ page for assistance with common off-campus access problems.
Use Journal Finder to see if we have an individual magazine, newspaper or journal in print or electronic form.
Research Guides are organized by discipline and highlight essential electronic databases and library services for conducting research. These guides also include customized class pages, tutorials, and other featured content. Use these guides as a starting point for your research. Help is available at the Learning Commons Desk at 504-864-7111 or in person. Also see our Troubleshooting/FAQ page for assistance with common problems off campus.
Located on the third floor of the Monroe Library, Special Collections and Archives preserves materials related to the history of Louisiana and to the South, the Society of Jesus, and the history of Loyola University New Orleans. The collection derives much of its identity from its Jesuit holdings which include the Archives of the New Orleans Province of the Society of Jesus and the personal papers of notable Jesuits. This Jesuit identity, reflected in Loyola’s curriculum, laid the foundation for the collection’s expansion into such diverse areas as social justice, environmental activism, public affairs, literature, and the arts.
Digitized materials from Loyola University New Orleans’ Special Collections and Archives are available in the LOUISiana Digital Library and the Internet Archive’s American Libraries LYRASIS collection.
The music collections and services are housed primarily on the first floor of the J. Edgar & Louise S. Monroe Library and make up the principal collection of music materials at Loyola University New Orleans. In addition to traditional music curricula, we support multi-disciplinary programs such as Music Therapy, Music Education, and Music Industry Studies.