Georgetown’s library system—consisting of seven libraries—serves as an invaluable resource and provides access to over 2.8 million volumes and over 35,000 print and electronic journals. The Joseph Mark Lauinger Library serves as the largest library on the university’s main campus. The Blommer Science Library, conveniently located on the third floor of the Reiss Science Building, houses the science collection and provides thorough information services for chemistry students. Chemistry students are also afforded access to the Medical Center’s Dahlgren Memorial Library.
Interlibrary & Consortium Loans – If the book you need is not available at Georgetown, find it at a Consortium library or another library.
Electronic Resources – Georgetown’s Lauinger and Blommer Science Libraries provide and maintain a list of databases specifically designed for chemistry research.
Washington Research Library Consortium – The Washington Research Library Consortium (WRLC) was established as a non-profit corporation to support and enhance the library and information services of universities in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.
Library of Congress – Students have enhanced access to the Library of Congress.