Following is a list of campus and community resources available at the Arlington Campus. For more information, call Arlington Campus Information Services at 703-993-8999.
The Arlington community is welcome to visit the campus bookstore, located in the Original Building on the first floor. The bookstore has a stock of textbooks and school supplies, as well as greeting cards and gifts.
A full-service research facility focusing on the academic programs offered at Arlington and is located in the Original Building. Community members also may use the Law Library after signing the guest register.
for Humane Studies
Through student scholarships, summer seminars, and career assistance to students worldwide, the institute promotes the study of liberty across a broad range of disciplines.
M. Buchanan Center for Political Economy
The Buchanan Center is an education, research and outreach organization emphasizing the interdisciplinary study of economics, law, and the humanities.
and Economics Center
The LEC offers one- and two-week educational institutes for federal judges, law professors, and academic economists, as well as hosting conferences and sponsoring faculty research and workshops.
The University Speakers Bureau links community groups with faculty and staff members who can speak to these groups on a variety of topics, free of charge.
The Mercatus Center is a research center focused on improving our understanding of how societies transition to prosperity and remain prosperous over time. The findings are then communicated to policy makers.
National Center for
Technology and Law
The Tech Center offers conferences on current issues in information technology and biotechnology policy, and a distinguished speaker series featuring talks by government and private-sector leaders in the technology arena.