Make your markThe Library is vital in an era of virtual information

The Greenblatt Library of Augusta University has a long and distinguished history. From the original library purchased by Dr. Louis A. Dugas in 1834 to modern computer labs and thousands of electronic resources, the library has provided students, clinicians and researchers with library services for almost two centuries. In 1988, the library was named for the renowned MCG physician, Dr. Robert B. Greenblatt

Libraries should be like a pair of open arms. Roger Rosenblatt


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Greenblatt Library

Associate Professor, Interim Director of Libraries

Kathy Davies, M.L.S.


A few Notable Successes

Several funding opportunities are available for you to make your mark on the library and the lives of its users for the 21st century. The funding goal is $500,000.
Special funding initiatives and generous contributions have helped the Library to complete the following projects:

                  • Collaborative Computer Commons

                  • Greenblatt Historical Archive and Conference Room

                  • Highly Interactive Electronic Classroom

                  • High-Speed Computer Lab Printing

                  • Creative Technology room

                  • Virtual Dimensions Studio