Printing and Copying
Vincent C. Immel Law Library has a black and white copier/printer that accepts Billiken Bucks only. A Billiken Bucks card can be purchased in the library for $2 and additional money must be added to print or copy. Current costs are 5¢ per page for single-sided or 7¢ per page for double-sided copies/prints.
Problems with the copier/printers should be reported to SLU ITS at email@example.com or (314) 977-4000.
Computer Use Policy
All library computer users must adhere to the following guidelines. Failure to comply will result in removal from the library.
- The computer workstations, printing equipment and scanning equipment in the Law Library may only be used for educational, instructional or research purposes. Computer login is required for all users. Current SLU students, faculty, and staff can log in using their SLU credentials.
- Upon check-in at the Circulation or Reference Desk, guests unaffiliated with SLU may request computer access for legal research for a period not exceeding two (2) hours per day. If a computer is available, a library staff member will log the visitor in.
- Upon verification of identify at the Circulation or Reference Desk, SLU LAW alumni, members of the bar and scholars visiting from other educational institutions may be provided with login credentials for computer access for legal research.
- Visitors will be asked to yield their workstation to SLU-affiliated users if workstation availability is limited. An online catalog terminal is available for locating resources in the library on the sixth floor across from the Circulation Desk.
- Food is not permitted at the computer workstations; beverages in covered containers are permitted.
- The use of headphones or earphones is required to listen to audio on the computer workstations; all users must have their own headphones or earphones.
- Computer Workstation #11 on the fifth floor is reserved exclusively for use with the library’s microform collection and for document scanning. Food and beverages are not permitted at this workstation.
- Children under the age of 16 years must be under the direct supervision of an adult at all times; the adult accompanying the child is responsible for the behavior of that child. If a child behaves in a disruptive fashion, the adult must remove the child from the library.
- Saint Louis University and the Vincent C. Immel Law Library are not public institutions. Access to U.S. government documents and materials acquired through the Law Library’s participation in the Federal Depository Library Program is governed by the Public Access to Federal Depository Resources policy available on the library’s website.