Sarita Kenedy East Law Library



Regular Hours:

Mon–Thurs 7am - 12am
Fri 7am - 10pm
Sat 9am - 10pm
Sun 10am - 12am

See calendars for holiday hours and for extended hours during exams and bar study.

Contact Us:

Ph: (210) 436-3435
Fax: (210) 436-3240
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Hours, Directions, and Parking

Regular Library Hours

Monday - Thursday: 7am - 12am
Friday: 7am - 10pm
Saturday: 9am - 10pm
Sunday: 10am - 12am

Special hours apply to University holidays and interim sessions. The Law Library monthly calendar provides a daily schedule:


Location and Directions

The St. Mary’s University campus is located at One Camino Santa Maria, between Culebra Road and Woodlawn Avenue, northwest of downtown San Antonio.

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The entrance for the Sarita Kenedy East Law Library is on N.W. 36th Street between Culebra Road and Woodlawn Avenue. The entrance is at approximately 1985 NW 36th Street. After you turn down onto this drive, go straight and you will come to Parking Lot D, the closest parking lot to the law library.

The Sarita Kenedy East Law Library is in the center of campus, and is located closest to Parking Lot D. The Law Library is circled in red and labeled with the number 33 in the image below.

Map of the St. Mary's University campus with the law library circled in red.  See written directions for the location on campus.  The law library is towards the center of campus, almost dead center, and is located in the law school complex.

If you need further directions, please call the Circulation Desk at (210) 436-3435 or the Law Library's Executive Assistant’s office at (210) 431-4351.


Visitor parking spaces are marked with signs that say “Visitor Parking” in green letters on a white background. Visitors who park in other spaces will be ticketed. Visitor spaces are available in parking lot D, the parking lot next to the Law Center sign. Visitor parking is in the middle of the row marked with the Lot D signpost. Visitors are not allowed to park in any spaces reserved for faculty and staff.

Long-term or frequent visitors may get a temporary parking pass issued by the University Police department. Interested visitors should contact the law library’s Executive Assistant for assistance in getting a temporary parking pass.