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Library 24-Hour Study Space

This guide provides information about the 24-hour study space available in the University Library after staffed hours of service.

Access & Conduct
Space Amenities & Details
Group Work Rooms
Safety & Security
Comments & Suggestions

Access & Conduct

The University Library provides a 24-hour study space for use by the University Community after staffed services’ hours of operation. The space is located on the north side of level 10 in the University Library.

The space on level 10 north of the Library can be accessed via the Library’s main entrance during staffed hours. The 24-hour space will be accessible after hours via the sliding doors to the left of the entrance.

The Library Code of Conduct is in effect after staffed services hours. The space is not designated quiet study, but patrons are asked to be considerate of other users and keep noise to a reasonable volume.

Food and drink are permitted. Click here for details on the Library’s food and drink policy.

Other applicable University of Lethbridge health and safety policies include, but are not limited to:

•    Behavioural Intervention Policy
•    Sexual Violence Policy
•    Surveillance of Public Areas Policy
•    Workplace Violence Policy

Click here for a complete list of University of Lethbridge health and safety policies.

Non-academic misconduct violations can be pursued as outlined in the relevant University Calendar sections related to undergraduate and graduate student conduct.

Space Amenities & Details

The space provides seating for more than 225 individuals amongst available study carrels, lounge seating, tables, and group work rooms. Other amenities and services include:

  • Multifunction copier/printer/scanner (black-and-white printing)
  • Beverage and snack food vending
  • Water fountain with filtered bottle fill station
  • Washrooms

The Library’s collection will be not be accessible from this area.

Group Work Rooms

Group workrooms can only be booked during the Library’s hours of operation. Rooms will be self-managed and use is first-come-first-serve. Other than booking, the Group Work Room Use Policy is in effect.

Click here for additional bookable student study spaces on the Lethbridge Campus.

Safety & Security

There are two emergency exits from the space. The area has four closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras installed. The Surveillance of Public Areas Policy provides details on surveillance on campus.

In case of emergency, Security Services can be contacted using any of the following methods:

SafeWALK is a program Security Services offers to escort you "to" and "from" anywhere on the Lethbridge Campus. This service is available 24/7/365 to all students, faculty, staff and visitors. Click here for additional program details.

Comments & Suggestions

Comments and suggestions can be submitted via our physical suggestion box at the Library Services Desk during operational hours or online.

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