What is the Library Collections & Services Facility?
What does it allow us to do?
Selectively house the library’s lesser-used materials as part of a long-term preservation strategy while still providing researchers with timely access to the materials.
Steward and provide access to Dartmouth’s physical records satisfying its administrative, fiscal, historic and legal requirements.
When will it open?
Where is it located?
What are the hours of operation?
How do I know if the library material that I need is there?
Materials housed at the LCSF will be identified by the Library Collections & Services Facility location when using Library Search.
How do I request library materials from the LCSF?
College Records: For questions on storing and retrieving College records email Records Management.
How long will it take to get something delivered?
Expect 1-2 working days for your request to be delivered. Requests are processed Monday - Friday.
The LCSF is closed evenings, weekends and all College breaks and holidays.
Can I request scans?
Can I visit the LCSF?
Yes, researchers may make an appointment to visit the LCSF. Please notify the LCSF staff at least 24 hours in advance.
Phone: (603) 646-8634
An on-site reading room is available for researchers to consult multiple materials or to work with fragile materials. Wireless internet access along with computers, scanners, printers, and microfilm readers are available.
Video-conferencing capabilities will allow for hybrid teaching or remote viewing of materials.
How much does it hold?
1.24 million volumes
35,000 records boxes
Film (separate shelving in a 293 sf room)