Calling all Night Owls!  “Study ‘Round the Clock” Returns Dec. 7 to Hackney Library

Looking for a quiet place to study all night long in preparation for exams?  Hackney Library’s ever-popular “Study ‘Round the Clock” may be just the ticket; it  provides Barton student night owls a safe place to roost during Fall 2017 Reading Day and exams.

Beginning this Reading Day on December 7, Study ‘Round the Clock will provide 24-hour availability over a four-night period to Hackney Library’s study spaces (which adds up to an extra 32 hours compared to the regular semester).

Library hours during Study ‘Round the Clock are as follows:

  • Thursday, Dec. 7 (Reading Day) through Friday, Dec. 8: Open 8 am Thursday, remaining open continuously until closing at 8 pm Friday
  • Saturday, Dec. 9: 10 am – 7 pm (regular hours)
  • Sunday, Dec. 10 through Wednesday, Dec. 13: Open 2 pm Sunday, remaining open continuously until closing at 6 pm Wednesday
  • Thursday & Friday, Dec. 14 & 15: 8 am – 5 pm

In addition to extended hours, throughout Reading Day/exams, free coffee, tea, hot cider, and hot chocolate will be available while supplies last to Barton students, faculty, and staff.

During Study ‘Round the Clock, no library services will be available from midnight until 8 am the following morning, but a police officer will be on hand providing security during that time.

Access will be limited to only Barton students during the midnight to 8 am time slots.  Barton ID will be required for admission from midnight until 8 am, and students entering or leaving after midnight will sign in/out with the police officer on duty.

So plan to visit Hackney Library during exams (remember to bring your ID for admission after midnight!) to get some extra study time in, and get your favorite hot beverage for free!

“Study ‘Round the Clock” is sponsored by Hackney Library, the Friends of Hackney Library Office of Student Affairs, and the Student Government Association.

 

 

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