McCormick IT successfully migrated the JKM wireless network this week, which — we're hoping — will result in a stronger, more reliable signal for our users. Gone are wireless networks JKM-2, 2N, 2C,  and 3E networks; now, it's all just 'JKM.'

If you've used JKM-2, 2N, 2C, and/or 3E on previous visits, you'll need to 'discover' the new wireless network with your laptops and/or smartphones. You may need to empty your cache and delete the old networks before successfully accessing the new wireless network. Log into 'JKM' with the same password as before (which remains unchanged and is available upon request at the circulation desk).

Faculty author party

Our faculties write and publish! Come to the JKM Library cafĂ© on Tuesday, October 25, 4 – 6 pm, to celebrate our McCormick and LSTC faculty authors. Hear them talk about what inspired them to write. Congratulate them. Savor some cheese, crackers, and wine (or other beverage).  Celebrate!!  For more information, contact Christine Wenderoth at

Ben Taylor, LSTC Ph.D. student, is available Monday and Tuesday evenings, 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm, to assist you with your research in the library commons area.

Library hours through 10 December 2016:

Monday-Friday: 8:30 am to 10:30 pm*
Saturday: 10 am-4:30 pm
Sunday: 5 pm-10 pm

*While the library is open until 10:30 pm, the LSTC building closes at 10 pm.

About the library
About the library

The JKM Library serves the students, faculty and staff of the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago and McCormick Theological Seminary. The JKM in our name was — from 1975 to 2004 — an initialism for Jesuit-Krauss-McCormick: Jesuit from the Jesuit School of Theology, which closed in 1981; Krauss from the Krauss Library, the original name of the merged collection when LSTC moved to Hyde Park in 1967; and McCormick for McCormick Theological Seminary, which joined the Jesuits and LSTC in the Hyde Park neighborhood in 1975). In 2004, in an agreement worked out with the Chicago Province of the Society of Jesus, the name Jesuit was dropped, and we became officially known as the JKM Library.