Gelman, Eckles, and the Virginia Science and Technology Campus (VSTCL) libraries serve the research and learning goals of all undergraduate and graduate students and faculty of the university, regardless of department or major. As specialized libraries, Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library, Jacob Burns Law Library, and Arthur D. Jenkins Library offer services tailored to specific disciplines.
- Search the catalog: Search for articles, books, e-books, media, and archival resources at GW and WRLC libraries.
- Course reserves: Find materials placed on reserve by professors.
- View hours for Gelman, Eckles, and VSTCL.
- Get directions to Gelman, Eckles, and VSTCL.
- Washington Research Library Consortium (WRLC): The WRLC is a partnership of universities in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. GW students, faculty, and staff are eligible for Consortium Loan Service borrowing and direct borrowing at WRLC libraries. Borrowing materials from WRLC members has different limitations than borrowing from the GW Libraries.
- Research consultations: Book a research consultation for assistance with your research project or paper.
- Workshops: Attend a workshop on a variety of topics from data to coding and programming to preparing for the workforce.
Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library: Physical access to the Health Sciences Library is restricted to students of School of Medical and Health Sciences, Milken Institute School of Public Health, and School of Nursing. Many shared medical and health science resources can be accessed through the GW Libraries catalog. (Please note that Himmelfarb patrons should access the catalog through the Himmelfarb website.)
Jacob Burns Law Library: Physical access to the Law Library is restricted to students of the Law School and other students who need to use the library for legal research. Many shared law and legal resources can be accessed through the GW Libraries catalog. (Please note that Burns patrons should access the catalog through the Burns research portal.)
Arthur D. Jenkins Library: Serving the George Washington University Museum, the non-circulating research library is dedicated to the textile arts and has limited hours.