Holiday Closure

The University will be closed from Thursday December 23 until Sunday January 2 inclusive.  During this time the Library will also be closed; however, the electronic resources (millions of articles and over 100,000 ebooks) will be available every day with the exception of Tuesday December 28 from 8am until 8pm while Computing and Communication Services will be performing system upgrades.  We wish you a happy holiday and will see you in the new year.

9 thoughts on “Holiday Closure

  1. Hello.
    I was wondering if your book drop box will be available while the library is closed. I’d like to return a book but seems like the library will be closed.
    Thank you

  2. Hi Stephie,

    In order to accommodate maintenance over the holiday break, Campus Planning has informed me that there will be limited access to the Library building – so you will likely not be able to enter the Library building to use the book drop until January 3.

  3. I have the same problem.

    If I don’t return the book I will get charged with a late fine.
    I’m confused if I can’t drop the book in the box what should I do.

    Thank you. Really appreciate it.

  4. Hello
    I’d like to know if there are any ways I can pay for my late library fines during this holiday. Or would I have to wait till the library reopens on the third?
    Thanks.

  5. Hello, my grades are on hold because i didnt return my book. Is there anyway i can pay the fines and return the book or do i i have to wait until the library opens?

  6. Since the Library will not re-open until January 3, any books returned to the drop box during the closure cannot be checked in until then. Unless your items can be renewed, you will accumulate fines. Any fines will also have to be paid when the Library re-opens on January 3.

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