Are you an SOE student with questions about classes, academic advising, credential processing steps, or something else? Here's everything you need to know.
The William H. Hannon Library provides wireless and wired network connections and abundant power. All three floors provide a variety of seating and work space, including 34 small group study rooms that may be reserved in advance online.
Level 1 features a café and media lounge, with three flat-panel screens; our circulation desk; two electronic classrooms for library instruction; and the Information Commons, a one-stop destination for collaborative computer workstations, assistance with information technology and reference questions, and three presentation rooms, where you can practice and video record your performance.
Level 2 is the main stacks floor, where most of the circulating books are shelved. It also features The Rose Hills Reading Room, with a fireplace, comfortable seating, and the new Popular Reading Collection nearby; current periodicals; and the media center, with individual video viewing workstations and small group viewing and listening rooms.
The circulating book collection continues on Level 3, which also features the department of Archives & Special Collections.
The following links should direct you to their corresponding pages within the MyLMU Student Intranet portal (after asking you to log in). If for some reason they do not, please log in at my.lmu.edu and follow the path: Quick Links (top right) > MyLMU Student Intranet > Academic Affairs > SOE
- Academic Advising
- Clinical Support Services
- Health Education Course
- SOE Student Portal
- Teacher Performance Assessment (TPAs)
- Test/Exam Registration Sites
To access PROWL, please log into MyLMU and click Systems Logins (top right) > PROWL.