Welcome! Mason Libraries Summer Session hours for Fairfax, Arlington and Prince William Campuses are posted. Please note: there is significant interior construction work in Fenwick Library this summer.
The Media Services Desk, 2nd Floor, Gateway Library@Johnson Center, is closed. Mason users needing assistance in accessing the Gateway Library’s media circulating collections may place a request in ILLiad to request an item. (Select the Document Delivery Book/Media form to request.) The item will be pulled by staff and placed on Hold at the Gateway Library Service desk.
Mason users may also ask for assistance at the Gateway Library Service Desk on the first floor.Staff will retrieve requested items on demand as quickly as possible. (If a patron requests a large number of items at one time, library staff may ask the patron to request the items through ILLiad or leave their list of items to be retrieved at a later time).
Questions? Need more information? Please contact Laura Jenemann, Film Studies/Media Services Librarian (703-993-7593 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
CUA graduates have continued access to some library resources through the Alumni home page, in disciplines ranging from religious studies and philosophy to government affairs. Resources available include: RefWorks, ATLASerials, Annual Reviews, CQ Almanac, Project Muse, SAGE Journals, and POIESIS: Philosophy Online Serials . To access these resources, go to Alumni Relations/Alumni resources/Benefits+Services. Under Services, you will see “Access Library Databases Online.” You will need to login and activate your account before you proceed.
The GW Libraries are saddened by the passing of Dr. Samuel Halperin, a longtime member of the GW Libraries Development Advisory Council and benefactor of our Special Collections,including the Kiev Judaica Collection. Dr. Halperin was a true partner in helping us develop in stature as a university library. He valued education and research resources at every level. His love of learning was apparent in all his professional and volunteer endeavors. He will be sorely missed.
Read more about Dr. Samuel Halperin and his impact on access to public education and national education policy in the Washington Post article celebrating his life.
led George Washington University's Institute for Education Leadership from 1969-81 - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/washingtonpost/obituary.aspx?n=samuel-h...