Welcome to Marymount University's Library and Learning Services!
The Emerson G. Reinsch Library is located on the 26th Street side of Marymount's main campus. The library supports the University's programs with a collection of books, electronic resources, periodicals, special collections, audiovisual materials, reserves, and reference assistance. Comprised of four floors, the library is equipped with more than 80 computers, three video-viewing stations, and 10 study and meeting rooms to facilitate group work.
In addition to the library, the building houses the Reinsch Auditorium, the Barry Art Gallery, the University Archives, the John T. and Agnes J. Gomatos Reading Room, the Gomatos Information Literacy Room, the Library Instruction Room, and the Hoyt and Boldt reading rooms.
Additional library resources are available in the Ballston Center Library Extension, now located at 4040 Fairfax Drive in Arlington.
Mission & Vision
Library & Learning Services is committed to providing excellent services, resources, and programs. L&LS supports the mission of the University by
- Building a collection that supports the University Curriculum
- Supporting classroom learning, teaching, and research needs
- Promoting the integration of information literacy skills throughout the curriculum
- Providing physical and virtual places that foster learning and promote a sense of community
- Student focused
- High ethical standards
- Respect for users and colleagues
- Careful and appropriate use of University resources
Zary Mostashari, Ph.D.
- Provide collections, services, and programs to support the changing needs of our users
- Transform physical and virtual spaces to meet the needs of a diverse learning community
- Foster an organizational culture that values its employees, promotes innovation and collaboration, and uses University resources appropriately
Dean, Library and Learning Services