William H. Hannon Library
The William H. Hannon Library
is the cultural and intellectual hub of the LMU campus. Opened in August 2010, the library is the newest and most sophisticated library facility in Los Angeles.
Open to the public, the William H. Hannon Library features many amenities, including the Fletcher Jones Foundation Media Lounge and Café, and the Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Foundation Information Commons with 80 computers from which students may access full-text articles from more than 44,000 online journals, magazines and newspapers. The Terrance L. Mahan, S.J. Archives and Special Collections department houses rare books, art and artifacts, manuscript collections and papers from leaders and organizations in Los Angeles history, and documents and records of the university. Four classrooms and dozens of group study rooms facilitate all forms of collaborative learning.
A full Events Calendar offers something interesting for everyone, including book signings, special workshops and movie screenings.