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Course Reserves @ SCS

During peak semester hours, reserve requests can take up to two weeks to process and ship to the SCS Campus. If the Library System does not currently own the title you are requesting, the ordering/ processing period can take as long as one month. Users must be signed into their Georgetown email account to make request. 

E-Reserves Request Form (Georgetown E-mail Required)

An e-reserve is a single title of a book chapter, a journal article, or professors’ notes, syllabus, or handouts. Entire books cannot be scanned and placed on e-reserve. E-reserve chapters are limited to a quarter of the book and chapters are listed by their title.

Books Request Form  (Georgetown E-mail Required)

Use this form to request physical books only. If the Georgetown University Library System does not currently own one or more of the titles you are requesting, the title(s) will be considered for purchase. Please allow additional processing time. Personal copies of books can also be placed on reserve. If you would like to request a single book chapter or a journal article, please use the E-Reserves Form. Entire books cannot be scanned and placed on E-Reserve.

If you are placing a personal book on reserve, item(s) can be dropped off to Jessica Vanderhoff, SCS Librarian, in C203. 

Copyright Policies for Course Reserves 

Other Helpful Links: 

To see if your request(s) have been processed and are accessible to students, please conduct a search HERE. 

To see if the Georgetown Library System owns a book title, conduct a search in George

To see if the Georgetown Library System subscribes to a specific journal, conduct a search using the Journal Finder

To suggest a book title for the Georgetown Library System to purchase, submit this form



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