Academic Resource Center
Assistance in many skills areas necessary for academic achievement through individual consultations and workshops.
Location: Leavey Center, Suite 335
Telephone number: (202) 687-8354

The Writing Center
Assistance in organizing and writing papers.
Location: 217A Lauinger Library (next to the Midnight Mug)
Hours: varies by semester, check website for details
Telephone number: (202) 687-4246

Georgetown University Math Assistance Center
Assistance in Math 001, 006, 007, 035, 036, and 040.
Location: St. Mary’s Hall, Third Floor (Math Lounge)
Hours: varies by semester, check website for details
Telephone number: (202) 687-6214

University Information Services (UIS) Help Desk
Assistance with computer-related issues/needs, as well as GU phone and email services.
Location: G-39 St. Mary's Hall
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sunday 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Telephone number: (202) 687-4577

Lauinger Library
Students, faculty, or staff may schedule a Research Consultation to discuss a research topic, to develop a search strategy, and to examine relevant resources. Librarians offer an overview of and in-depth assistance with important resources for senior or master's theses, dissertations, papers, and other types of research projects. To learn more about other resources the library has to offer, including a media editing room, and interlibrary loan, watch the virtual Lauinger Library tour video
Telephone number: (202) 687-7452

Academic Integrity Resources

"Intellectual Challenges in American Academic Writing

There are some intellectual challenges that all students are faced with when writing. Sometimes these challenges can almost seem like contradictions, particularly when addressing them within a single paper. For example, American teachers often instruct students to:

Develop a topic based on                                                                               Write something
what has already been said and written                        BUT                      new and original

                                                                                                                             Improve upon and/or disagree 
Rely on experts' and authorities' opinions                   BUT                      with those same opinions

Give credit to previous researchers                                BUT                     Make your own significant contribution                    

Improve your English to fit into a discourse
community by building upon what you hear/read      BUT                     Using your own words and your own voice"

Source: The Purdue Online Writing Lab 

Links to understanding plagiarism and Proper citation procedures

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