Four selfcheck stations are available in the Library at:

  • Monographs Room
  • Economics Room
  • Law Room
  • Political Science Room


  • Select Borrow items
  • Scan Luiss badge or type the fiscal number
  • Enter PIN number (to generate/change PIN number access the My Account section in the Luiss Library Discovery)
  • Place the book on the white base and wait for its registration
  • At the end of the operation, the loan notification will be sent to Luiss email address


  • Select Return items
  • Place the book on the white base and wait for its registration
  • Leave the book on the trolley next to the selfcheck station
  • At the end of the operation, the return notification will be sent to Luiss email address

The Multimedia Room (inside the Political Science Room) is a multifunctional space for group work, meetings and interaction activities. You can reserve the space using the portal EasyAcademy or the Luiss App. The group leader must book the room and send the list of partecipants to

The Library collections are searchable through the Luiss Discovery also off-campus. Once you have found the title, make note of the location and pick up items from the shelves, or click on the resource to access to the full text when available. 

Visit the Journal Search for retrieving information about periodicals and journals. Check the location and the issues for picking up from the shelves or the online access information when available.

Most items are available for you to borrow, except for Course reserves, Reference works, and Periodicals. Before asking for a book, access the online Discovery to check the availability, the call number, and the circulation policy of the book. You can ask the librarian for assistance or pick up the book from the shelf and use the self-check stations. Books that have not been requested by other patrons can be renewed in person, by phone (06.8522.5600), via email ( or through the “My account” section of the Discovery tool. 

7 self-service scanners are available in the Library for digital reproduction. The permitted limit is up to 25 scans per week for students and up to 50 for Faculty members. Documents can be reproduced in compliance with the current copyright regulation and where it does not affect their preservation.

Many of the Library electronic collections can be accessed off-campus through the remote access connection. If you encounter access problems or need further information about the databases write to or call +39.06.8522.5602.