Turchin Business Library
The Lillian A. and Robert L. Turchin Library, located on the third floor of the Goldring/Woldenberg Business Complex, supports the business research needs of the students, faculty and staff of the A.B. Freeman School of Business and the Tulane community. Visitors are also welcome. Since its founding in 1915, the library has acquired information in all formats to support this mission.
Turchin Business Library facilities include the Research Center, which offers research assistance, books, journals, computers and a Bloomberg terminal, and the Study Commons in room 334, which includes 7 breakout rooms and an open seating space with tables and chairs.
Resources & Services
Turchin provides access to a multitude of resources and services to assist you with your research and academic needs. Please select from one of the lists below for more information on the tools and support you need to succeed.
Libraries & Special Collections
Tulane's libraries make up a research network ranked among the top in the nation. In addition to the main library, the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, the university’s professional schools have libraries of law and health sciences. Tulane is known for unique and world-renowned collections at the Latin American Library, the Amistad Research Center and the William Ransom Hogan Jazz Archive, which draw researchers from around the globe.