As decisions about the start of the fall semester continue to unfold, the Library’s overarching goals remain unchanged: to provide the most essential services and content possible in support of Georgetown's teaching, learning, and research agenda. We are committed to designing and delivering high quality services and resources in a manner that remains aligned with the evolving health and safety regulations and guidelines established by the government and the University.
We appreciate your understanding and cooperation as we deal with the challenges and opportunities of these unprecedented times. The Library is here to support you and the needs of Georgetown's academic community throughout this crisis and beyond.
Join us for a special behind-the-scenes exclusive visit with rare and unique items personally selected by staff from the Booth Family Center for Special Collections. This narrated tour of some of the library's collection will span centuries and include material from the University Archives, and the Art, Manuscripts, and Rare Books Units. This is your opportunity to engage and interact with some of the treasures found in Special Collections and to meet Keith Gorman, the new Director of the Booth Family Center for Special Collections. The program will begin at 5:30 pm on October 30 on the 5th floor of Georgetown University’s Lauinger Library and will be followed by a reception. Visit EventBrite or send an e-mail to email@example.com to secure your free ticket.